The Effects of Human Resource Development, Work Culture, Work Environment on Employee Performance Mediated by Work Commitments: A Study on the City of Baubau Government, South East Sulawesi, Indonesia,

Abstract

This research aims to examine the relationship of human resource development to employee performance by considering work culture, work commitment and work environment as a determining factor for improving employee performance. The sample of the study consists of 166 employees in 12 regional work unit in the City of Baubau. Th data were collected by distributing questionnaires followed by conducting in-depth interviews. The research uses descriptive analysis to determine the characteristics of respondents and the description of respondents to the indicators of each research variable. Meanwhile, to examine the pattern of relationships between research variables an inferential analysis tool is used, namely Structural Equation Modeling with the Amos 7 approach.The results of this research indicate that, good leadership can improve employee performance when taking into account the factors that play a role, namely the development of human resource management, work culture, work commitment and work environment in the regional work unit in the City of Baubau. This study also produces findings that to improve employee performance for the better if factors of work culture, work commitment and work environment are considered.

Keywords: Employee Performance, Human resource, Work Environment, work commitmen, work culture

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