PENGARUH KOMPENSASI FINANSIAL TERHADAP PRODUKTIVITAS KERJA KARYAWAN BAGIAN PRODUKSI PADA PERUSAHAAN TENUN NASIONAL SARTIMBOL
This is a case study on ” National Kniting Company of Sartimboel Tulungagung” entitled The effect of Financial Compensation on Staff Productivity in Production Department on National Kniting Company of Sartimboel Tulungagung. This study aims at finding out the The effect of Financial Compensation on Staff Productivity in Production Department on National Kniting Company of Sartimboel Tulungagung. In this study the writer makes a hypothesis namely: It is assumed hat the compensation variable does significantly affect the staff ’s working productvity of those working in Production Department on National Kniting Company of Sartimboel, Ngunut Tulungagung. The analysis instrument used in this study is meant to find out the financial compensation and the level of staff’s working productivity by using a linear scale. To find out wheteher or not the financial compensation affects the staff’s working productivity then simple regression analysis is used. The F testing is used by comparing the F count and the score of F in the table. Based on the calculation of the scale it is found out that the average variable scale of financial compensation ia about 165 which means that it is not in a good condition. The average scale of staff’s working productivity is about 195 and it is low in number. Meanwhile, the result of simple regression analysis is Y = -2,979 + 0,902 X + e meaning that the free variable can simultaneously explain the variety of working production that is about 86,40 %. The rest is about 13,60 % explained by another variables which are not included in this study. The number of F count is about =230,372 > F table =3,97. From the F testing it is seen that the number of financial compensation of the working productivity is shown by correlation coefficient (R ) about 86,40 %, and the rest is about 13,60 % and this is explained by other variables which are not included in this study. Based on the above conclusion, the writer then concludes that there is a significant relationship between financial compensation and staff’s working productivity. By giving more financial compensation to its workers or staffs, the staff’s working productivity will be greater, and in short they will be more productive in working.
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