The Effect Of Compensation, Job Stress, And Motivation On Job Satisfation

ANNISA HERWINA HERAWAN, HARYADI HARYADI, DEVANI LAKSMI INDYASTUTI

Abstract

This study aims to determine and analyze the effects of compensation, job stress and
motivation on job satisfaction. The method used is survey and sampling technique used is
nonprobability sampling with saturated sampling. Population in this research is permanent
employee of Health Office Karawang with sample counted 100 respondent. Data analysis
used in this research is using Partial Least Square (PLS). The implication of this research is
to improve employee job satisfaction, the management of Karawang Health Office needs to
prioritize policies related to job satisfaction. In an effort to improve employee job satisfaction,
management needs to prioritize policies related to compensation, job stress and motivation.
To improve employee job satisfaction, management also needs to pay attention to other
supporting factors such as organizational culture, work environment, organizational climate,
organizational commitment and other factors not examined. It should be noted in order to
improve employee morale and progress of the company

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