Work Motivation and Supervisor Performance in Indonesia

Muhammad Alkirom Wildan
Employee Empowerment; Work Motivation; Employee Performance.
Company or organization requires specific ways to improve the ability of employees between in ways that are giving them motivation to keep them more active in doing their jobs, but it also empower the company to its employees. This study aims to determine how much influence the employee empowerment and work motivation on the performance of supervisors. The approach used in this study is a quantitative approach using analytical tools in the form of multiple regression analysis with 130 samples. The results showed that employee empowerment partially affected the performance of supervisors, and partially work motivation affected the performance of supervisors. The test simultaneously produced that all independent variables of employee empowerment and work motivation had positive and significant effects on the performance of supervisors. The dominant variable influences to employee performance are employee empowerment.
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Received : 02 February 2021
Accepted : 12 May 2021
Published : 21 May 2021
DOI: 10.30726/ijmrss/v8.i2.2021.82010