The Mediation Effect of Work Motivation in Relationship Between Employee Competencies, Leadership, Education and Training Toward Employee Performance (Case Study On Social And Settlement In Papua Province)
Ribka Haluk, Yohanes Rante, Ferdinand Risamasu, Jack H. Syauta
The purpose of this study was to investigate The Mediation Effect of Work Motivation in Relationship Between Employee Competencies, Leadership, Education and Training Toward Employee Performance (Case Study On Social and Settlement In Papua Province). This research is located in the Department of Social Welfare and Development Office of the Province of Papua. The study was conducted in March to May 2016. The population in this study were all employees of the Social Services Province of Papua, because they had the information and the authority to explain the variable data research. Based on the number of employees in the Social and Settlement Papua Province, the number of population in this study was 235 people. This study uses a quantitative approach in conducting the data analysis. The result show that there is significant influence between the variables Competence Employees, situational leadership style and education and training on work motivation and the role of variable work motivation as variables that mediate the effects of Competence Employees, style situational leadership, and education and training on employee performance , Motivation variable as a full mediation on the influence of situational leadership style and education and training on employee performance and quasi mediation on Employee Competency influence on performance.