RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PERCEPTION OF PHYSICAL WORK ENVIRONMENT CONDITIONS AND EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE AT BANK SYARIAH MANDIRI, INDONESIA

Siti Hadida, Agustina Dwiangga Laksmi, Moerdiati Poeji Rahayoe

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In this study, the population consisted of employees of Bank Syariah Mandiri Jakarta, as many as 40 people for the research used the census data collection method. The instrument of this study used two scales, namely: The Employee Performance Scale consisting of 40 items (there are 34 valid items, a reliability coefficient of 0.869 was obtained) and The Scale of the Perception of Physical Work Environment Conditions which consists of 24 items (there are 20 valid items, and a reliability coefficient of 0.737 was obtained). Based on the results of data analysis with bivariate correlation, using SPSS 20.00 for Windows was obtained a correlation coefficient (r) = 0.434 (p <0.05). So, (Ha) which states "There is a relationship between perceptions of physical work conditions and employee performance at Bank Syariah Mandiri Jakarta", is accepted with a positive direction; it means that the perception of physical work environment conditions must be improved, if the perception of physical work environment conditions has been improved, the higher the employee's performance will be.

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