Author(s): Adya Hermawati
Purpose of the study: This study aims to analyse and prove the influence of quality of work-life and compensation on employee performance through organizational culture.
Methodology: This research uses quantitative research with the type of research based on the time of observation, namely cross-national study because data collection is done with one observation at the same time. Meanwhile, according to the type of use of the research, including explanatory research because it is to explain the effect of the tested variables and testing the research hypotheses that have been previously determined. The population in this study were all field agricultural extension workers with civil servant status in Pasuruan Regency, totalling 80 people. The sampling technique in this study is total sampling, which is a sampling technique where the number of samples is the same as the population. In measuring the research instrument, an interval scale was used based on the Likert scale, namely, the scores used were 1–5 which were assigned variations according to each question category. Path analysis was used as a research model and analysed with the help of the SPSS Version 20 program.
Main Findings: Quality of Work Life in employees has contributed well to the employee's Organizational Culture. Compensation has contributed well to the Organizational Culture. Quality of Work Life of employees has contributed well to employee performance. Compensation has contributed well to employee performance. Organizational culture has contributed well to employee performance. Quality of Work Life followed by Organizational Culture has made a good contribution to Employee Performance. Compensation given which is followed by Organizational Culture has contributed well to employee performance.
Applications of this study: This research provides benefits to the development of management science and becomes material for lecturing activities at universities.
Novelty/Originality of this study: This research makes new interpretations from several previous studies and takes existing techniques to apply them to new objects.