Factor Analysis on the Motivation of Driver-Partners to Design an Effective Reward System (a Study at PT HSA Surabaya)


This study analyzed factors that form the work motivation of driver partners in designing an effective reward system. This study used Exploratory Analysis Factor. The sample of 80 people were PT HSA drivers who worked with the profit-sharing system. The study used a survey questionnaire with a sampling error of 5%. The main factors that affected work motivation were communication, skill and family conditions, and education and labor security factors. It was found that good communication was the spirit of all of the factors that affected work motivation. Therefore, the design of the reward system must accommodate good communication as the main factor.

Keywords: work motivation, work partners, reward system, communication

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