Factors that affect employee productivity

  • Amelia Rezki Septiani Amin Universitas Muhammadiyah Makassar
  • Syafaruddin Syafaruddin Universitas Muhammadiyah Makassar
Keywords: Ability, Leadership, Work Discipline, Education and Training, Incentive, Employee Productivity


This study investigates and confirms the effect of the variables of ability, leadership, work discipline, education and training, and incentives on employee productivity. PT. Hanurata Unit-II, a Fakfak Regency involving 70 employees as respondents. Our research data was obtained by distributing online questionnaires. Data were analyzed by the multiple linear regression method through two stages of testing. The first stage is to test the validity and reliability. The second stage is to test the hypothesis. The results of our study illustrate that employee productivity is determined by factors of ability, leadership, work discipline, education and training, and incentives. Ability is a variable that has a dominant influence on the work productivity of PT. Hanurata Unit IIa. So the achievement of employee work productivity so far is mainly determined by the ability of employees.


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Amin, A. R. S., & Syafaruddin, S. (2021). Factors that affect employee productivity. Point Of View Research Management, 2(3), 169 - 178. Retrieved from https://journal.accountingpointofview.id/index.php/POVREMA/article/view/144