Effect of Information Technology, Training, and Compensation on Employee Work Motivation
This study aims to analyze 1) the effect of information technology, training, and partial compensation on employee performance at the Makassar City DPRD Secretariat. 2) Analyze the effect of information technology, training, and compensation simultaneously on the performance of employees at the Makassar City DPRD Secretariat. 3) Which variable has the most influence on the performance of the employees at the Makassar City DPRD Secretariat. The study results concluded that: Partially, information technology, training, and compensation have a positive and significant effect on work motivation at the Makassar City DPRD Secretariat. This means that the use of information technology, training, and compensation can increase work motivation. Simultaneously, it shows that the variables of information technology, training, and compensation affect work motivation, which means that the increase in the use of information technology, training, and compensation will affect the growth in motivation. Partially, it shows that the information technology variable has a dominant effect on work motivation; this indicates that the better the use of technology will further increase employees' work motivation at the Makassar City DPRD Secretariat.
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