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Paper Title :
Impact of Education, Training, Motivator Factors, and Hygiene Factors on The Performance of Agricultural Extension

Author :Siti Rochaeni, Iskandar Andi Nuhung, Yon Giri Mulyono

Article Citation :Siti Rochaeni ,Iskandar Andi Nuhung ,Yon Giri Mulyono , (2017 ) " Impact of Education, Training, Motivator Factors, and Hygiene Factors on The Performance of Agricultural Extension " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 95-97, Volume-3,Issue-3

Abstract : Performance agricultural extension is a self-realization of the main tasks of a counselor in accordance with a predetermined benchmark. An agricultural extension is said to have a good performance when they perform basic tasks according to certain standards. The target population is the agricultural extension in the district of Serang, Serang City, Tangerang, Pandeglang and Lebak district of Banten province. The research data consist of data education agricultural extension, the data training data motivator factors (consisting of career development, motivation, policies, and interpersonal), the data hygiene (working conditions, salaries, honoraria, and annuities), and agricultural extension performance data. Based on these results it can be concluded that the education variable positive effect no significant effect on the performance of agricultural extension, training variable positive effect no significant effect on the performance of agricultural extension, motivator factors positive influence is very noticeable on the performance of agricultural extension, factors hygiene positive influence is very noticeable on the performance agricultural extension, and together education, training, motivating factors, factors hygiene significantly affect the performance of agricultural extension. Keywords: Wages, Salaries, Personal Relationships, Policy, Working Conditions.

Type : Research paper


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