Pengembangan Karir : Suatu Kajian Terhadap Pengalaman Kerja Dan Penilaian Prestasi Kerja Karyawan di PT Pegadaian Area Padang

  • Rita Srihasnita RC UNIVERSITAS DHARMA ANDALAS
  • Dian Hirma UNIVERSITAS DHARMA ANDALAS
Keywords: Work Experience, Employee performance, appraisal, career development

Abstract

This study aims to determine Career Development: A Study of Work Experience and Employee Performance Assessment at PT Pegadaian Area Padang. The population in this study were all employees at PT Pegadaian Area Padang, totaling 30 people. In this study the sampling technique used is the saturated sampling technique. By using the analysis technique of Validity and Reliability Test, Normality Test, Multicollinearity Test, Heteroscedasticity Test, Descriptive Analysis, Multiple Linear Regression Analysis, Partial Hypothesis Testing (T Test), Simultaneous Hypothesis Testing (F Test) and Coefficient of Determination Test (R²) . The types of data used are quantitative data and qualitative data. While the data sources used are secondary data and primary data. Data collection techniques using observation, interviews and questionnaires. Based on the reliability test shows that all variables have a Cronbach Alpha which is quite large, which is above 0.60. Based on the normality test that the data showed a normal distribution. Based on the multicollinearity test, the tolerance value is > (0.10) and the vif value is < (10). Based on the Heteroscedasticity Test, it shows that there is no Heteroscedasticity. Based on the partial hypothesis test (t test) it shows that the work experience variable has a positive and significant effect on career development. Based on the partial hypothesis test (t test) it shows that the job performance appraisal variable has a positive and significant effect on career development. Based on the simultaneous hypothesis test (f test) shows that the variables, namely work experience and work performance appraisal have a positive and significant effect on career development.

Published
2021-11-26
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