Determinants of Employee Performance: Study of Workability, Organizational Commitment and Professionalism in the Land Offices

Bayu Chrisdianto, Harianto Respati


The purpose of this study is to examine the impact of workability, organizational commitment, and professionalism on employees performance. In addition, this research finds symptoms that have a high impact on employee performance for future work target decisions. This research was conducted at the service office for land ownership in Indonesia. Questionnaires are used to collect data.The number of office employees was 68 people and the data collection technique is a census.The design of this study was quantitative with three proposed hypotheses.The results of the study have proven that workability, organizational commitment, and professionalism have a positive significant effect on employee performance.The workability of employees turned out to provide the highest influence on employee performance.Creativity, innovation, and responsiveness are part of the workability of employees that are very necessary for government organizations that have high levels of performance and work targets, such as in the Land Offices in Indonesia.

Keywords: workability, organizational commitment, professionalism, employee performance, land offices

DOI: 10.7176/EJBM/11-23-09

Publication date: August 31st 2019

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