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Human Resources Development and Performance of Government Provincial Employees: A Study in North Sumatera, Indonesia

Iskandar Muda

Journal of Economics and Behavioral Studies, 2014, vol. 6, issue 2, 152-162

Abstract: This study aims to analyze the factors associated with human resource development that probably influence employee's performance. They include the recruitment process, general and specific training, compensation, career development, job promotion and mutations. The assessment is laid out towards achieving a good government of the North Sumatera Province. Furthermore, it plans to look at the most crucial factors affecting the performance. A total of 119 respondents (officers of government civil servants) were chosen using a purposive random sampling technique. All eight independent variables and one dependent variable are tested using the multiple linear regression model. As both primary and secondary data are collected and examined, it is concluded that elements of human resource development simultaneously influence employee performance. This leads to the suggestion that effort has to be made in fostering the improvement in administration duties as well as the encouragement on human resources development consistently.

Date: 2014
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DOI: 10.22610/jebs.v6i2.478

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