|Title: ANTECEDENTS OF EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE MODERATED BY EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT AT PT. ADIMITRA BARATAMA NUSANTARA–KUTAI KARTANEGARA, INDONESIA|
Ruslianyah Rusliansyah, Tetra Hidayati and Siti Amalia
Every organizational structure is required to maintain commitment and work atmosphere, so that it synergizes with a conducive work environment. The research motive is to analyze the direct and indirect effects of work stress, compensation, and quality of work life on the performance and work involvement of employees of PT. Adimitra Baratama Nusantara. A total of 95 respondents who were invited to be interviewed were employee oriented at PT. Adimitra Baratama Nusantara. To test the hypothesis analysis, the authors use data analysis that focuses on: compensation, quality of work life as an exogenous variable, work involvement as a moderating variable, and performance as an endogenous variable. The output of this study are: (1) work stress has no significant effect on performance, (2) compensation has a significant effect on performance, (3) quality of work life has a significant effect on performance, (4) work involvement has a significant effect on performance, (5) work involvement as a moderation has a negative and significant effect on performance, and (7) work involvement as a moderation has a significant effect on quality of work life on performance. The practical implications highlighted indicate that the more work stress increases, the more performance decreases. In addition, the paper output also discusses several suggestions for managerial policies, theoretical contributions, and academic implications that can help improve employee performance.
|Keywords: Work stress, compensation, QWL, job involvement, employee performance, survey, SEM–PLS.|