IMPACT OF JOB SATISFACTION ON JOB PERFORMANCE
Keywords:job performance, job satisfaction
Basically, performance is something that is individual because each employee has a different level of ability to do their jobs. Performance depends on the combination of ability, effort, and opportunity obtained. Employee performance is capital for companies to survive and develop in responding to business and business competition today, advanced and developing companies are very dependent on reliable human resources so that the output is high performance on employee performance which will later affect the company's performance. However, it is not easy to maintain and improve employee performance. There are many factors that can affect performance. Many employee turnovers occur due to a lack of satisfaction with work. Employee performance is very dependent on the value of employee satisfaction in the workplace. The fulfillment of employee rights greatly affects the performance of the organization. So, in this study the focus of the study would like to see the extent of the influence of job satisfaction on employee performance in a national company engaged in oil palm plantations. The results showed that there was an effective contribution from the influence of employee satisfaction on employee performance. The research data was taken from 55 employees engaged in oil palm plantations in an office in the city of Jakarta.
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