Boosting Employee Performance through Competency Development
Fatin Fadhilah Hasib, Anis Eliyana, Desynta Rahmawati Gunawan, Muhammad Firdaus, Ayu Masuda
This study focuses on employees' perceptions of their competency development. The assumptions underlying employability are based on the assumption that the employees' perceived employability will lead to job success and organizational success. Perceived employability also concerns employees' perceptions of their opportunities to support organizational growth through competency development. This study aims to determine the effect of variables associated with competency development on performance. Furthermore, perceived employability is also tested. This study is a quantitative research done to 105 respondents and the analysis technique used is path analysis with data processing based on SmartPLS software.