DO EMPLOYEES’ PERFORMANCES DEPEND ON THEIR MOTIVATIONS? (CASE STUDY AT INDONESIAN NATIONAL BUREAU OF PLANTATION)

  • Mahir Pradana Telkom University, Bandung
  • Panji Gustama Telkom University, Bandung
Keywords: work performance, motivation, human resource management

Abstract

Human resource is one of important assets that should be owned by company and well managed, because basically human has a great ability to grow and develop. Maintaining and upgrading the company’s human resource is a core function of corporative management. One of the tools to get qualified human resource that is employee’s motivation through various company programs such as allowances, furlough, career path and others. The aim of this study was to determine the effect of motivation on employee performance in the marketing department  of Indonesian National Bureau of Plantation, Bandung Branch. The method used in this study was descriptive analysis by using literature and field technique such as observation, interview, questionnaires and data analysis. The conclusion of the research indicated that there is a very high positive effect of motivation on the employee’s performance in analyzed organization.

Author Biographies

Mahir Pradana, Telkom University, Bandung

The Faculty of Communication and Business, Telkom University, Indonesia

Research interests: purchase patterns, consumer behavior, marketing communications

Panji Gustama, Telkom University, Bandung

MBA, Siswa di Telkom University, Bandung Area, West Java, Indonesia.

Research  interests – IT for business research, data bases, CRM, marketing research, econometric, finance analyze

Published more than 5 papers in International journals

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Published
2017-03-24
How to Cite
Pradana, M., & Gustama, P. (2017). DO EMPLOYEES’ PERFORMANCES DEPEND ON THEIR MOTIVATIONS? (CASE STUDY AT INDONESIAN NATIONAL BUREAU OF PLANTATION). The EUrASEANs: Journal on Global Socio-Economic Dynamics, (2(3), 83-92. Retrieved from https://euraseans.com/index.php/journal/article/view/33