EDUCATIONAL TRANSFORMATION IN THE DIGITAL ERA: THE IMPACT OF LEARNING FROM HOME PROGRAMS, EMPLOYEE INNOVATION AND PUBLIC SERVICE MOTIVATION ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE
This article investigates the transformation of education in the digital era and its impact on employee performance with a focus on the implementation of learning programs from home, employee innovation and public service motivation. The digital era has changed the educational landscape significantly, including the implementation of home learning programs as a response to extraordinary events. Employee innovation and public service motivation also have an important role in influencing employee performance in facing change. This study used a quantitative approach, the sample size was 297 out of 1323 population of Serang City Junior High School teachers, and the sampling technique was using the Krijce table. Hypothesis testing was carried out using SEM ( Structural Equation Modeling ) analysis. Data were collected through a questionnaire that measured employee perceptions of the implementation of learning programs from home, the level of innovation shown by employees, and their motivation for public service. Employee performance data is also analyzed based on relevant indicators. The results of this research identify that the home learning program has a positive impact on employee performance. Employee innovation also has a significant effect on employee performance, where employees who are more likely to be innovative achieve better performance. Apart from that, public service motivation has also been proven to be positively related to employee performance, showing that motivation to contribute to society and institutions influences employee performance.
Transformation, BDR Program Implementation, Employee Innovation, Public Service Motivation, Employee Performance.