Job satisfaction mediating towards effect of emotional intelligence on performance
The study was conducted at BBPOM in Denpasar. The number of samples used was as many as 90 people using the saturated sample selection method. Data collection using a questionnaire that uses a Likert scale. Data analysis techniques were performed using structural equation modeling with a partial least square approach and using the VAF test to test the role of mediation. The results showed that emotional intelligence had a significant positive effect on employee performance at BBPOM in Denpasar with a path coefficient of 0.469. Job satisfaction is known to partially mediate the relationship of emotional intelligence to employee performance at BBPOM in Denpasar. The findings in this study provide the implication that to produce good performance in order to achieve excellent service, it is necessary to have activities in the form of training related to emotional intelligence and job satisfaction that can effectively improve employee skills to have an understanding and sensitivity to emotions of themselves and others, so that employees can deal well with all forms of organizational life dynamics and show maximum performance to achieve excellent service.
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