Effect of Remuneration and Organizational Culture on Employee Performance with Motivation as Intervening Variable in Creative Media State Polytechnic


Authors : Runny Wachyuni; M. Ali Iqbal; Ahmad Badawi saluy

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 10 - October

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The main objective of the development of the State of Indonesia in the field of human resources today is to create quality human resources and a prosperous Indonesian society. This is done considering the importance of improving the quality of human resources which continues to change by requiring each individual and group to be able to improve their performance. The purpose of this study was to see the effect of remuneration and organizational culture on employee performance with motivation as an intervening variable at the Creative Media State Polytechnic. The population consists of 80 respondents using descriptive and quantitative methods of the population. The results showed that each independent variable had a significant level of less than 0.05. This means that each independent variable has a significant effect on the dependent variable. The results of data analysis show that: (i) Remuneration has a positive and significant effect on employee performance, (ii) Organizational culture has no positive and significant effect on employee performance, (iii) Remuneration has a positive and significant effect on motivation, (iv) Organizational culture does not have a positive and significant effect on motivation, (v) Motivation has a positive and significant effect on employee performance (vi) Remuneration simultaneously has a positive and significant effect on performance through motivation, (vii) Organizational Culture simultaneously does not have a positive and significant effect on performance through motivation. It can be concluded that the remuneration variable has a positive and significant effect on employee work motivation. That is, the higher the employee's remuneration, the higher the employee's motivation, and vice versa if the remuneration is low, the lower the employee's motivation.

Keywords : Remuneration, Organizational Culture, Motivation, Employee Performance.

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