The Analysis of the Influence of Organizational Commitment and Learning Perception Towards Employees Performance (A Case Study of PT XYZ’S Employees That Participate in the Training at Padang Learning Unit)

Ahmad Fadli, Rahmi Fahmy


Since 2016, there has been a reduction trend in the amount of PT XYZ employees that participated in the training at Padang Udiklat, eventhough PT XYZ is one of the biggest State-owned Enteprise of Indonesia (BUMN). This reduction trend is directly in proportion with the performance value results of the operational unit in Padang Udiklat regional in the last four semesters added with the reduction trend of Organizational Commitment in accordance with the employees’ results of Engagement Survey held by The XYZ head office (Holding) in 2017. Based on these, this study aims to determine whether Organizational Commitment and employee’s Learning Perception are correlated with and affected Individual Performance.  The subject of this study is the BUMN employees who participated in the Traning at Education and Training Unit (Udiklat) Padang in the third quarter of 2018. Although, the results showed that Perception Learning and Organizational Commitment are only capable of influencing Individual Performance as much as 32.3%. However, this study showed that both of these variables have a positive correlation and are significant towards PT XYZ employees performance. For further research, it is advised to conduct the research on a larger scope, namely, the employees of PT XYZ (Persero) nationwide and not only the employees of a certain region who participated the training in just one Training Unit.

Keywords: Individual Performance ; Learning Perception ; Organizational Commitment

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