The Influence of Work Stress, Working Cost, Compensation and Work Discipline on Employee’ Productivity

Suharno Pawirosumarto , Dini Iriani
International Journal of Economics & Business Administration, Volume VI, Issue 4, 62-75, 2018

Abstract:

This study aims to identify the effect of work stress, workload, compensation and work discipline on work productivity of employees of PT., Tokio Marine Life Insurance Indonesia. The research was conducted quantitatively by a descriptive associative method. Data collection was done by survey using questionnaire. The population of this research is employees of PT., Tokio Marine, as many as 259 employees. The study population was used as the source of the sample, and the sample obtained amounted to 120 respondents. The sampling technique used was random sampling. Data were analyzed using multiple linear regression. The results showed that job stress did not affect employee productivity with p-value 0,488. The work load has no effect on employee productivity with p-valus 0,726. Compensation affects employee productivity with p-value 0,000 and work discipline has no effect on employee productivity with p-value 0.923.


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