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ISSN : 2456-3676

Title:
THE INFLUENCE OF EXTERNAL FACTORS ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE AND MEDIATED ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT AT THE COOPERATIVE OF DHARMASRAYA DISTRICT

Authors:
Beny Firnando Putra, Aris Suparman, Fauziyah, Indonesia

Abstract:
This study aims to analyze the influence of leadership style, work environment, compensation on employee performance as well as the role of organizational commitment as intervening variable in the cooperative unit of savings and loan business unit in Dharmasraya District. This study is a quantitative study with 130 respondents who are permanent employees. The sampling method used total sampling. The data collection technique used was census method with questionnaires filled independently and gradually. Data analysis technique used was Structural Equation Modeling with AMOS 21.0 software and descriptive statistics using IBM SPSS 21.0. The results of this study indicate that the leadership style has no effect on employee performance, while the work environment, compensation and organizational commitment have a positive and significant impact on employee performance. organizational commitment proven to successfully mediate the influence of leadership styles, work environments, and compensation for employee performance. organizational commitment is the most dominant variable in affecting the performance of cooperative employees of saving and loan business unit in Dharmasraya District.

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