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International Journal of Research and Innovation in Social Science (IJRISS) |Volume VI, Issue XII, December 2022|ISSN 2454-6186

The Influence of Training and Supervision on Employee Performance in Kramat Village, Central Jakarta

 Kevin Mandala Yudha1, Veithzal Rivai Zainal2, Azis Hakim3*
1Student Administrative Masters Program Universitas Krisnadwipayana, Indonesia
2,3 Lecturer in the Masters of Administrative Sciences Program Universitas Krisnadwipayana, Indonesia
*Corresponding Author

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Abstract: This study aims to determine and analyze the effect of joint training and supervision on employee performance in the Kramat Village, Central Jakarta. This research method uses a survey technique with a quantitative and correlational approach. In this study, the number of samples was 51 respondents. The variables studied were training (X1) and supervision (X2) as independent variables and employee performance (Y) as the dependent variable. Based on the results of the research that has been done, it can be concluded that: (1) The training variable (X1) has a positive, strong and significant influence on employee performance with a correlation coefficient value of 0.682 and a coefficient of determination (r²) value of 0.465, meaning that the variable training contributes 46.5% to employee performance variables. (2) The supervision variable (X2) has a positive, strong and significant influence on employee performance with a correlation coefficient value of 0.728 and a determination coefficient value (r²) of 0.529, meaning that the supervision variable contributes 52.9% to the work performance variable employee. (3) The variables of training and supervision together have a positive, strong and significant effect on employee performance. This can be seen from the correlation coefficient value of 0.751 and the coefficient of determination (R2) value of 0.564, meaning that the training and supervision variables together contribute 56.4% to the employee performance variable.

Keywords: Employee Performance, Supervision, Training

I. INTRODUCTION

Human resource issues are still in the spotlight and the foundation for an organization or agency to survive in the industrial era 4.0. Human resources have a major role in every organizational activity. This shows that human resources are the main key to achieving the goals of an organization.
In facing the industrial era 4.0, many challenges must be faced by organizations to win the competition. Every organization to be able to survive and win the competition is required to have a competitive advantage. One of the factors that can be used as a guide for organizations in creating competitive advantage is the superiority of quality human resources which will contribute to the creation of competitive advantage in the industrial era 4.0.