THE MEDIATING ROLE OF MOTIVATION BETWEEN REMUNERATION AND PERFORMANCE

  • Abdul Rajab Dei Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Merdeka Malang
  • Abdul Manan Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Merdeka Malang
  • Harianto Respati Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Merdeka Malang

Abstract

Purpose- This research aims to examine the remuneration effect on performance using motivation as the mediating variable. Design/methodology/approach- The population of the research is all educational staff who work in one of public education institutions in Malang which have been applied remuneration system. Sample selection was conducted through a stratified random sampling technique. This study used a structured questionnaire to collect data and Pearson correlation and regression models were used to analyze data. Findings- The results showed that remuneration had a significant effect on motivation and employee performance, and there was a significant effect of motivation in mediating the remuneration effect on employee performance. This study recommends the need for more attention to motivation because of its essential role in improving employee performance  Implication- The significant motivation role in improving employee performance is expected to be a concern for leaders to encourage employees in carrying out and completing their work rather than merely focused on remuneration itself. The goal is not only for individual purposes but also for the benefit of the organization.  Limitation- This research uses a case study approach so that it only takes the perception of the remuneration implementation which occurs in one place. Future research should be able to expand sampling in order to generalize the results.

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Published
2020-10-26
How to Cite
Dei, A., Manan, A., & Respati, H. (2020). THE MEDIATING ROLE OF MOTIVATION BETWEEN REMUNERATION AND PERFORMANCE. Jurnal Riset Manajemen Dan Bisnis (JRMB) Fakultas Ekonomi UNIAT, 5(3), 365 - 376. Retrieved from http://jrmb.ejournal-feuniat.net/index.php/JRMB/article/view/444
Section
HR Management