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Determining Work Environment, Work Training and Work Facilities in Motivating Performance in Family Planning in the Women Empowerment Service, Children Protection, through Employment Motivation

Sri Hartati, Chablullah Wibisono and Indrayani
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Sri Hartati: Postgraduate Program, Faculty of Economics, Batam University, Riau Islands, Indonesia.
Chablullah Wibisono: Postgraduate Program, Faculty of Economics, Batam University, Riau Islands, Indonesia.
Indrayani: Postgraduate Program, Faculty of Economics, Batam University, Riau Islands, Indonesia.

Global Political Review, 2019, vol. 4, issue 2, 1-11

Abstract: This research was conducted to find out whether the work environment, work training, work facilities, and work motivation directly determine the performance and to find out whether the work environment, work training, work facilities directly determine the work motivation carried out at the Office of Womens Empowerment, Child Protection, Batam Population, and Family Planning Control. The sample of this research are field workers of families (PLKB) who work in 12 districts. Seventy-six respondents received questionnaires and all duely returned. This research data is analysed through multiple regression analysis techniques using Smart PLS software. The indirect determination results indicate that the variable work environment, work training, and work facilities on performance mediated by work motivation have a significant effect

Keywords: Work Environment; Training; Work Facilities; Work Motivation; Performance. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: R00 Z0 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2019
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DOI: 10.31703/gpr.2019(IV-II).01

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