Integrative model of performance improvement
Keywords:Job satisfaction, Motivation, Performance effect, Performance, Reward equity
AbstractThe study was intended to prove, develop and find the relationship between motivation, performance, job satisfaction and equity of rewards. The population in this study were 7629 teachers in Badung regency. The research respondents were 99 as random sampling. Data analysis technique was used PLS-vers3 with quantitative approach. The intrinsic motivation has a stronger influence compared to extrinsic motivation in influencing performance and job satisfaction. The performance has a positive and significant impact on job satisfaction, in accordance with the meaning of Sloka Bhagavadgita (BG) III: 19, which stated the recommended way of working was to perform work as a liability and without attachment to results. The performance mediated the effect of motivation on job satisfaction partially. The reward equity was as a moderator/strengthening the effect of performance on job satisfaction
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