Effect of Religiosity, Job Stress, And Job Attitude on Performance

Written by Jasanta Peranginangin, Rizkia Nevi



This study purposed to find antecedent variables that enhance performance. The object of this research was the manufacturing company in Indonesia. This research employed quantitative method in which there were 115 questionaires spreaded to manufacturing company. Meanwhile, the method used to test the primary data was path analysis. The results of this study indicate that religiosity, job stress, and job attitudes can enhance performance. This research contributes to the development of employee performance theory through the developed model. The results of this study also have implications for managers in taking strategic actions in improving employee performance.This research is very important in developing the business especially in manufacturing company in Indonesia. The most important thing is that this research will contribute to the body of knowledge, especially in human resource management science.


Job Attitude, Job Stress, Performance, Religiosity


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