THE EFFECT OF MOTIVATION AND PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL ON ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT (CASE STUDY AT PT. BANK SULUTGO BITUNG BRANCH OFFICE)

Ronald Kapantow, David P. E. Saerang, Merinda Pandowo

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Abstract: Facing an issue of economic crisis, the leaders were faced with the problem of reduction of the number of employees or frequently called layoffs. The company and organization are looking for alternative in order his company remain stable from productivity and services efficiently and effectively. PT. Bank Sulawesi Utara Gorontalo (Bank SULUTGO) continue to improve the quality of human resources and continue to do training in order to be able to apply the standards of banking so that services to customers and communities increase. The aim of this study is to determine the effect of motivation and performance appraisal on organizational commitment. In this study, population refers to the employees of PT. Bank SULUTGO Bitung Branch Office by using simple random sampling technique and sample size of 60 respondents through questionnaires. This study used multiple regression analysis method. Result and conclusion shows that motivation and performance appraisal significantly influence organizational commitment. Motivation has significantly influence on organizational commitment. While performance appraisal has no significantly influence on organizational commitment.

Keywords: Human resource management, motivation, performance appraisal, organizational commitment


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.35794/emba.5.2.2017.15900

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