Practices of Human Resources and Organizational Performance on Secretariat of Government of Pidie Jaya District in Aceh Province

Muhammad Basyir, Vilzati ., Banta Karollah, Mahdani Ibrahim


Research on human resource practices have been widely used as a document in the literature. A significant environmental change is as a result of external and internal influences in the region, so that everything might change in this region. This study aims to examine some of the constructs in the context of the implementation of human resource management that impact on employee performance and also has implications for organizational performance. The study sample as many as 136 employees at the secretariat office of Pidie Jaya district in Aceh province. The primary data obtained by distributing questionnaires. Data analysis using Structural Equation Modelling (SEM), using the application tool Analyses Moment of Structures (AMOS). The results found that the construct of competence, organizational culture has a significant effect on employee performance while construct the leadership does not have a significant effect. Construct of employee performance no significant effect on organizational performance. Competence, organizational culture, and leadership construct a direct effect on the performance of the organization. In addition, the construct of employee performance has a role in the relationship between competence and organizational culture on organizational performance, while for the relationship constructs leadership to organizational performance, employee performance does not act as a mediating variable.

Keywords: Leadership, Organizational culture, Competence, Employee performance and Organizational performance.

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