THE EFFECT OF GROUP COHESIVENESS AND JOB SATISFACTION ON PRODUCTIVITY IN EMPLOYEES OF HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT IN THE MINISTRY OF HOME AFFAIRS
The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of group investigation by sigil and The objective of the research is to obtain information about the effect of group cohesiveness and job satisfaction on productivity of the employee on Human Resource Development Agency of Ministry of Home Affairs. The research was conducted to all of employees on on Human Resource Development Agency of Ministry of Home Affairs by using a survey method with path analysis applied in testing hypothesis. The number 133 employees as sample was selected by using Slovin formula. The research conclude: (1) there is direct effect of group cohesiveness on productivity. (2) there is direct effect of job satisfaction on productivity. (3) there is direct effect of group cohesiveness on job satisfaction. Therefore, to enhance employees’ productivity can be carried out by group cohesiveness, and job satisfaction.
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