Compensation, Partner Performance, And Mediating Role Of Motivation: Study On Grab Partners In Indonesia

Jovi Iristian, Suhermin Suhermin


The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of compensation on employee performance, both directly and indirectly, through work motivation as an intervening variable in Grab Partners in Surabaya. The sample used in this study was 75 partners. Simple Random Sampling method was used in the research. The data used was primary data collected by questionnaire. The analysis technique used was Path Analysis. Based on the results of analysis, it can be seen that compensation has no significant effect on partner performance, but compensation can have a significant effect by making motivation as a mediating variable. Based on the results of the research, it can be concluded that a company must first ensure that there is a fair compensation distribution and it can motivate partners to be more enthusiastic in doing the work if it wants a good partner performance.

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