THE INFLUENCE OF LEADERSHIP, WORK MOTIVATION AND COMPENSATION ON THE PERFORMANCE OF EMPLOYEES OF PT. JAVA-BALI PLANTATION HEAD OFFICE IN SURABAYA

  • Rismawati Sitepu
  • Ilham UIN Sunan Ampel Surabaya
  • Martin Zebua
  • Emmywati
  • Noneng R S
  • BambangSri Wibowo
Keywords: Leadership, Motivation, Compensation, and Performance

Abstract

This study aims to examine and determine the relationship between leadership, motivation, and compensation for employee performance at PT. Generation of Java-Bali Headquarters in Surabaya. With the results of the study as follows: 1. Based on the data in the table above, the calculated t value of 3,876. Because the value of t count <t table (1.66023> 3.876) and the probability value of significance (0.00 <0.05) then H0 is rejected and Ha is accepted. This means that leadership partially has a significant effect on the performance of PT. Surabaya Java-Bali generation. 2. Based on the t table of 0.291. So that t count <t table (1.66023 <4.976) and the value of the probability of significance (0.00 <0.05) then Ho is rejected and Ha is accepted. This means that work motivation partially has a significant effect on the performance of PT. Surabaya Java-Bali generation. 3. Based on t table of 0.291 So that t arithmetic <t table (1.66023 <2.972) and the probability value of significance (0.00 <0.05) then Ho is rejected and Ha is accepted. This means that partial compensation has a significant effect on the performance of PT. Surabaya Java-Bali generation. 4.Based on the f table of 2.81. B ecause the value of f arithmetic> f table (35,669> 2.81) then Ho is rejected and Ha is accepted, which means. L eadership, work motivation, and compensation simultaneously have a significant effect on the performance of the employees of PT. Surabaya Java-Bali generation.

Published
2021-09-30
How to Cite
Rismawati Sitepu, Ilham, Martin Zebua, Emmywati, Noneng R S, & BambangSri Wibowo. (2021). THE INFLUENCE OF LEADERSHIP, WORK MOTIVATION AND COMPENSATION ON THE PERFORMANCE OF EMPLOYEES OF PT. JAVA-BALI PLANTATION HEAD OFFICE IN SURABAYA. Journal of Islamic Economics Perspectives, 3(2), 22-32. Retrieved from http://jurnalfebi.iain-jember.ac.id/index.php/JIEP/article/view/53