Effect of work burnout and organizational culture on employee performance at PT. State Electricity Company (Persero) main unit for the Bangka Belitung
Keywords:employee performance, influence, organizational culture, performance, work burnout
This study was to determine the effect of the work burnout variable on employee performance at PT. PLN (Persero) UIW Bangka Belitung and knowing the influence of organizational culture variables on employee performance at PT. PLN (Persero) UIW Bangka Belitung. This study illustrates the influence between Work Burnout and Organizational Culture on Employee Performance, where the work burnout variable has an influence of 21.1% and has a significant influence on the performance of PT. PLN (Persero) UIW Bangka Belitung employees, and organizational culture has an influence of 59% and has a significant influence effect on the performance of employees of PT. PLN (Persero) UIW Bangka Belitung. The impact that occurs can grow habits, and good professional relationships are also a manifestation of the sincerity of the employees of PT. PLN (Persero) to work and strive to be in harmony with the philosophy, vision, mission, and corporate values ??that have been mutually agreed upon to improve performance and support the company's progress.
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