Pengaruh Faktor-Faktor Kepuasan Kerja Terhadap Kinerja Karyawan di Salah Satu Bank Milik Pemerintah di Indonesia
This research involves two variables, namely independent variable that are job satisfaction factors (X) from Luthans theory and dependent variable that is employee performance (Y) from Benardin and Russel theory. This study aims to find out how strong the factors of job satisfaction, how high employee performance, and how much influence the factors of job satisfaction on employee performance in one of the largest state-owned banks in Indonesia. The company can be said good, one of which can be seen from the employee's own performance. Job satisfaction is one factor that can improve an employee's
performance. The existing problem related to this research is the difference of the percentage of satisfaction with the percentage of dissatisfaction that is not too far in 2 sub-variable of job satisfaction factor and the employee cannot reach the target company in employee performance appraisal year 2015-2017. The population used in this study are permanent employees in one of the largest state-owned banks in Indonesia. The sampling technique used is judgment sampling with the number of samples of 60 respondents. The study was conducted in the observation period of 2017. The type of research used in this study is quantitative research. The research method used in this study is the analysis of level values, normality test, simple linear regression, T test and coefficient of determination.
Based on the results of this study obtained the results of the analysis of levels indicate that one of the largest state-owned banks in Indonesia has a high job satisfaction with an average percentage of 76.5% and has a high performance with an average value of percentage is 79.3%. Therefore, one of the largest state-owned banks in Indonesia has job satisfaction and performance with the average value of High percentage in the continuum line of research. Job satisfaction factors towards employees’ performance of one of the state-owned banks in Indonesia have a positive and significant relationship with a value of 21,2% and the remaining 78,8% are influenced by other variables.