Academic journal article Review of European Studies

The Influence of Motivation and Discipline Work against Employee Work Productivity Tona'an Markets

Academic journal article Review of European Studies

The Influence of Motivation and Discipline Work against Employee Work Productivity Tona'an Markets

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The purpose of this study was to determine and examine whether there is influence of motivation, and discipline kerjai on employee productivity in office environments Bangkalan tona'an market?

The method used in this research is quantitative research approach with linear regression analysis techniques. multiple. The population in this study were all employees of the office market tona'an Bangkalan of 20 people, while samples in this study were all employees of the market tona'an some 20 people.

Results from this study is, the hypothesis that motivational effect on work productivity in office environments market Tona'an Bangkalan district rejected / not proven. While the hypothesis Discipline influential work on employee productivity in office environments tona'an market Bangkalan Received / confirmed.

Keywords: motivation, discipline of work and work productivity

1. Introduction

In implementing market program managed by the government, not only the skills required by employees tona'an market, but another thing that is not less important is the skill and mentality of self and the ability of employees to interact in different work environments, especially for employees tona Market 'an. Therefore, the motivation can function as a motor / drive employees to be able to do a good job, .It is reinforced by the statement Faustino Cardoso (2002, p. 181) encouragement classified into two, namely the source drive (intrinsic) and a source of encouragement external (extrinsic): and with this further with Winardi (2001) those who are motivated will bring substantial effort to support the union.

Employee motivation is very important because the motivation of each employee would be expected to work hard and enthusiastically to achieve high labor productivity. The same thing also expressed by Afni Faunida (2012) which states, work discipline and good motivation, then so much higher employee productivity. In addition, work discipline is also expected to improve the performance of employees in an office environment tona'an market.

In this case, if it is associated with "expectancy theory" proposed by Victor H. Vroom in his book entitled "work and motivation" in Siagian (2002, p. 292), and according to Alex S. Nitisemito (2000, p. 199) says good working Discipline reflects the sense of responsibility of an employee to the job given to him. Meanwhile, according Reinforcement Theory and Behavior Modification by Siagian (2002, p. 293), and According to IG Wursanto (2001, p. 108) gives a definition of "labor discipline, the situation is causing or encouraging employees to work and do all activities in accordance with the norms and rules that have been set.

Next (Sedarmayanti, 2011, p. 198), in terms of labor productivity as a measure for the use of organizational resources is expressed as the ratio of output achieved with the resources used. Some relevant research between disciplines working on employee productivity include research results from Afni Faunida (2012, p. 12), which states "The relationship between the discipline of work on employee productivity is very strong It is also determined by Widodo and Sunarso" (2009, p. 55), the discipline of work greatly affect the productivity due to the discipline of work, employees are able to perform their duties.

Researchers from several other countries argue that the motivation and discipline work can facilitate work productivity (Thompson & Bunderson, 2003) motivation is linked with the level of productivity of work in a diversity of tasks, jobs, and the extra role behavior (Bing & Burroughs, 2001; Brewer & Selden, 1998; Grant et al., 2007; Korsgaard, Meglino, & Lester, 1997; NAFF & Crum, 1999; Rioux & Penner, 2001; Ilies, Scott, & Judge, 2006; Scott & judge, 2006).

2. Literature Review

2.1 Understanding Motivation

According to Maslow in Priyono (2006, p. 89) Stating that: motivation is a boost or enhance the spirit which is influenced by a number of requirements, among others; the need to sustain life, the need for security through policy and social legislation, employment, recognition, respect, and self-actualization needs. …

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