EFFECT OF WORK MOTIVATION, COMPETENCE AND DISCIPLINE OF PERFORMANCE THROUGH TEACHER SATISFACTION

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Sapri
Chablullah Wibisono
Indrayani
Sri Yanti

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This study aims to determine the effect of Motivation, competence, work discipline, and satisfaction on SMP N teachers' performance in Karimun Regency. This study population consisted of N Middle School Teachers in Karimun District, which amounted to 100 ASN teachers. The type of data used is primary data, quantitative methods, and data analysis with (Partial Lest square) PLS. The results obtained by the direct influence of motivation variables on performance variables have a path coefficient of 0.250 (positive), with a P-Values value of 0.038 <0, 05, motivation for performance is significant. The direct effect of motivation variables on job satisfaction variables has a path coefficient of -0.015 (negative). An increase does not follow an increase in the value of motivation variables in performance satisfaction. With a P-Values value of 0.685>0, 05, motivation for job satisfaction is not significant. The direct effect of competency variables on performance variables has a path coefficient of 0.042 (positive). An increase will follow an increase in the value of competency variables in performance variables. With a P-Values value of 0.778> 0.05, competence for performance is not significant. The direct effect of the competency variable on job satisfaction has a path coefficient of 0.391 (positive). An increase will follow an increase in the value of the competency variable in the job satisfaction variable. With a P-Values value of 0,000

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