International Journal of Business and Social Science

ISSN 2219-1933 (Print), 2219-6021 (Online) DOI: 10.30845/ijbss

Factors Influencing Employees’ Performance: A Study on the Islamic Banks in Indonesia
Iskandar Muda, Ahmad Rafiki, Martua Rezeki Harahap

This study aims to analyze the determinants for employee performance in Islamic Banks. Based on the literature discussed, the three factors considered as the important elements influence the employees’ performance that need to be investigated. The research question lies in whether each of those factors has a simultaneous and partial effect on the employees’ performance or otherwise. Using the quantitative method, the population of this study was 47 respondents with N=32. The primary data gathered in the form of questionnaires with a Likert typed-scale were then analysed using the multiple regression method. The findings reveal that the value of the determination coefficient test is 59.3 percent, indicating that the employees’ performance is explained by job stress, motivation and communication factors, while the remaining 31.7 percent are linked with other factors. Moreover, the F test shows that the job stress (X1), motivation (X2) and communication variables (X3) simultaneously influence employees’ performance, while the T test shows that both job stress (X1) and motivation (X2) variables have no partial effect on the employees’ performance, whereas the communication variable (X3) has a partial effect on employee performance.

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