PERSONAL SKILLS AND EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT
This study aims to see the extent to which employee engagement plays a role in mediating the relationship between personal skills and the performance of private employees in the Karimun district. The population used was 80 respondents selected based on random sampling techniques for testing data analysis techniques using Smart PLS and trying direct and indirect relationships. The results of this study are: Skill directly influences employee engagement with a power of 0.854, which means that if the skill increases by one unit, then employee engagement can increase by 85.4%, and the effect is positive. Furthermore, skill directly influences performance with an influence of 1,039. Employee engagement affects the performance of -0.087 even though it is negative. Moreover, skill on performance through employee engagement positively influences 0.767.
Skill, Employee Engagement, Performance