THE EFFECT OF REWARDS AND PENALS AND TRAINING ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE THROUGH ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENTS AS INTERVENING VARIABLES

  • Abadi Sanosra Master of Managemen at Muhammadiyah University of Jember
  • Toni Herlambang Master of Managemen at Muhammadiyah University of Jember
  • Dina Triya Yuliasari Master of Managemen at Muhammadiyah University of Jember

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to determine directly or indirectly the effect of rewards and
punishments and training on employee performance through organizational commitment as an
intervening variable at the Bondowoso Regency Environmental and Transportation Agency. The
number of samples in this study was 114. The analytical technique used was the Structural
Equation Model (SEM) using WarpPLS 5.0. The results of data analysis show that the variable
rewards and punishments have a significant effect on organizational commitment, training has a
significant effect on organizational commitment, rewards and punishments have a significant
effect on employee performance, training has a significant effect on employee performance,
organizational commitment has a significant effect on employee performance.
Keywords: Rewards and Punishments, Training, Commitment and Performance

Published
2022-08-13
Section
Articles