Training and Locus of Control Analysis of Self-Efficacy and Employee Ability

Journal of Economics and Business

ISSN 2615-3726 (Online)

ISSN 2621-5667 (Print)

Published: 29 July 2019

Training and Locus of Control Analysis of Self-Efficacy and Employee Ability

Noer Soetjipto

Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Ekonomi YAPAN, Surabaya, Indonesia

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10.31014/aior.1992.02.03.114

Pages: 627-641

Keywords: Self-Efficacy, Employee Ability, Locus of Control, Training, Work-Ability

Abstract

This study aims to get an overview of the Influence of training factors and locus of control on self-efficacy and work ability of employees in three-star hotels in East Java. The reputation in this study is the three-star hotel industry in East Java, which totals 20 hotels and all employees at the three-star hotel in East Java, with a sample size of 501 employees. The analysis technique used is to use path analysis. Based on the analysis of the results and the hypothesis proposed previously that the variable trainer power, training material, training methods, training facilities, and locus of control partially have a significant influence on the variable self-efficacy is acceptable/true. While the hypothesis which states that the trainer variable, training material, and training methods and locus of control partially influence the workability variable can also be accepted, only one hypothesis that cannot be accepted is the effect of training facility variables on workability.

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