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Research Paper | Management | Indonesia | Volume 8 Issue 7, July 2019
The Effect of Competence and Workload on the Work Achievement of Government Employees in Several Allied Institutions in the City of Mataram
Abstract: This study aims to determine the Effect of Competence and Workload on Civil Servants' Work Achievements at the Civil Service Agencies in Mataram City. The type of research used in this study is causal associative research. The method of data collection in this study is a population census / research method in which all samples were made respondents, the population in this study were all Civil Servants in Some Family Institutions in Mataram City who were staffed, which consisted of 3 (Three) Agencies including namely the Department of Agriculture of Mataram City as many as 98 people, Mataram City Fisheries Service as many as 23 people and the Mataram City Food Security Service as many as 15 people, so the number of respondents who are civil servants / staff of several cognate agencies in Mataram City are 136 people. All populations were made respondents by statistical analysis tools using multiple linear regression. The results of this study indicate that; 1) competence has a positive and significant influence on the work achievement of civil servants in allied institutions in the City of Mataram. This shows that the higher the competency possessed by an employee, the higher the work achievement of employees; 2) the workload of the research results shows that the regression coefficient of the workload variable is 0.303 and the significance value is 0.002. This value indicates that workload has a positive and significant influence on work achievement (Y); 3) the competence of the research results shows that in terms of aspects of the coefficients model, the competency (X1) is 0.313 while the workload (X2) is 0.303. This means that competence is the most dominant factor influencing civil servants in cognates in the City of Mataram when compared to workload.
Keywords: Competence, Workload, Work Achievement
Edition: Volume 8 Issue 7, July 2019,
Pages: 612 - 618