Analysis of the Influence of Strategies to Increase Human Resources Motivation in Education of Global Competitivenessa


  • Bambang Ismaya, Abduloh , Rachmat Ramdani


Motivation, Influence Analysis, and Implementation of Strategies for Increasing Global
Competitiveness of Human Resources in Kab. Karawang. Aims to identify and obtain empirical
evidence about the influence of motivation and the implementation of strategies to increase
Human Resources global competitiveness Kab. Karawang. Theoretically, the motivation for the
implementation of the human resource strategy implemented in Karawang establishes policies to
achieve institutional goals in improving the quality of Human Resources in the field of education
which has an influence on the quality of people's lives. This study wants to answer whether that
also applies to the context in Karawang Regency.
This research method is carried out using descriptive and verification methods. The
sampling technique used is cluster proportional random sampling, the sample determination uses
a formula developed by Isaac and Michael, with a population of 10 classes with a sample size of
30 respondents. The research was conducted in Karawang Regency.
The results of the study are based on the t-test results table above, in column t it can be
read that the proof of the hypothesis is as follows: The effect of motivation on Human Resources
Education is partially 0.476 with a significance of 0.006 which is smaller than 0.05, so H0 is
rejected and H1 is accepted. The effect on human resources education is partially 0.336 with a
significance of 0.028 which is greater than 0.05. So, H0 is rejected and H1 is accepted. From Table 6 it is known that the regression equation obtained is as follows: Y = 4.604 + 0.476X1 +
0.336X2 + e


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Bambang Ismaya, Abduloh , Rachmat Ramdani. (2020). Analysis of the Influence of Strategies to Increase Human Resources Motivation in Education of Global Competitivenessa. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 8681 - 8689. Retrieved from