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VOLUME 04 ISSUE 02 FEBRUARY 2021

The Influence of Work Environment and Leadership Style on Employee Productivity
Dirhamsyah
Maritime Adiguna Polytechnic
DOI : https://doi.org/10.47191/ijmra/v4-i2-02

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ABSTRACT:

The productivity of human resources needs to be continuously improved through various sustainable efforts. The work environment is one of the important efforts to increase teacher productivity. Schools need to pay attention to the work environment so that teacher productivity increases, both physical and non-physical environments. This research will be carried out at the Adiguna Maritim Polytechnic, which will be held in March 2019. The results of this study show. (1) It can be seen that the adjusted value of the R square is 0.501 or 50.1%. This shows that the Work Environment Variable (X1) and the Leadership Style Variable (X2) can explain the Work Productivity Variable (Y) by 50.1%, the rest 49.9% (100% - 50.1%) is true by other variables outside the research model. (2) The results of the t test (partial) show that t (2.528)> t table (1.697), as well as the significance value of 0.017 <0.05, it can reject the first hypothesis accepted, meaning that the Work Environment Variable (X1) affects the Work Productivity (Y) is accepted. (3) The results of the t test (partial) show that t count (4.269)> t table (1.697), and a significance value of 0.000 <0.05, it can be rejected that the second hypothesis is accepted, meaning that the leadership style variable (X2) affects the work productivity variable. (Y). (4) The results of the simultaneous test (F) can be seen that Fcount (16,585)> Ftable (3,295), and a significance value of 0.000 <0.05, it can be rejected for the third acceptance, meaning that the Work Environment Variable (X1), the Leadership Style Variable (X2 ) influence jointly (simultaneously) on the Work Productivity Variable (Y).

KEYWORDS

Work Environment, Leadership Style and Work Productivity

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