Employees' Knowledge and Skills on Work Productivity at the Manpower Department
The purpose of this research is to evaluate the impact of improving staff knowledge and skills on job productivity. This study employs a descriptive quantitative approach. The findings of this research show that increasing knowledge has a positive and significant impact on job productivity, with tcount = 4.236 > ttable = 1.674 and a significance level of 0.000 0.05. While the employee competence variable has a positive and substantial impact on job production (tcount = 3.143 > ttable = 1.674 with a significant 0.003 0.05)
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