Employee and Organizational Performance: Impact of Employee Internal and External Factors, Moderated by Online Application

Deden Tarmidi, Regina Jansen Arsjah


The purpose of this study is analyze the internal factors impact of an employee (especially age, discipline, and motivation), and external factors of employee (especially training and incentives) on employee performance and organizational performance. The moderation impact of online application also analized at the relationship between employee performance on organizational performance. Used taxi drivers as unit analysis is an uniqueness of this study, the snowballing method with e-questionnaire used for collecting data resulted 100 taxi drivers as a sample. Using SmartPLS 3 in analyze, the results showed that the driver's motivation as a part of internal employee factors has a positive impact on employee performance directly and on organizational performance indirectly. Employee performance has a positive impact on organizational performance. The result implies that the company should always increase the driver's motivation for performance increased also. The other result showed that online application weakens the relationship between employee performance and organizational performance. Based on thus result, management needs to seek solutions.

Keywords: Employee Internal Factors, Employee External Factors, Employee Performance, Organizational Performance, Online Application

DOI: 10.7176/JRDM/57-04

Publication date:July 31st 2019

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