The Relationship Between Employee Motivation And Employee Performance in BPR TASPEN
Keywords:Employee Performance, ERG Alderfer Theory, Rural Bank, Work Motivation
AbstractBPR DP TASPEN, one of the BPR in Indonesia, faces the problem of unmotivated employees. After employees were interviewed, the company is known to never assess the motivation of their employees to work as an appropriate basis to trigger them to do maximum work. ERG Alderfer (1969) Theory was used in this study to assess employee motivation. Questionnaire is used to collect the data of 63 employees which then analyzed with multiple linear regression. The results show that the relatedness is the only one which significantly related to employee performance. Therefore, it can be concluded that if employers focus on the relatedness needs or use the need as a base to collaborate with the other needs, the motivation of employees to perform best may increase. Thus BPR DP TASPEN is suggested to make a gathering, open discussion feedback, or inviting a well-known trainer or work motivator which proposed by the employees itself, to maintain the satisfaction of the needs.
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