THE INFLUENCES OF TRAINING AND WORK STRESS ON THE PERFORMANCE OF XYZ HUBDAM EMPLOYEES WITH ACHIEVEMENT MOTIVATION AS A MEDIATION VARIABLE
In this study, the author employed a comparative causal research design (a quantitative research method). Causal-comparative-design (type of quantitative study) was used by the author in this study. The population in this study is all employees totaling 197. For the method of determining the sample in this study using Purposive Sampling. In determining the sample for this study, the area closest to and easy to reach was selected, namely the main Hubdam with the criteria of the respondent being a permanent employee at Hubdam XYZ and having a minimum service period of more than one year, then a total of 118 employees were obtained. As an analysis method, Partial Least Square (PLS), a covariance-based SEM, is used. (1) Training has a favorable and considerable impact on worker’s performance, according to research findings (2) Work Stress has a dismissive and minor effect on worker’s performance. (3) Training has significant and large effect on achievement motivation. (4) Work Stress has a detrimental and important impact on motivation and success. (5) Employee performance is positively and significantly impacted by achievement motivation. (6) Through achievement motivation, training has a favorable and considerable impact on employee performance. (7) Employee Performance is negatively and insignificantly impacted by work stress through achievement motivation.
Training, Work Stress, Achievement Motivation and Employee Performance