The Effect of Management Support, Job Autonomy and Adaptability on Employee Performance

Syaiful Imam, Weni Novandari, Siti Zulaikha Wulandari


The Covid 19 pandemic has caused the business environment to become more uncertain and more complex. Therefore, companies must be able to take the right steps to be able to maintain and improve the performance of their employees. Companies must pay attention to various factors that can affect employee performance, which are related to environmental factors, job related factors and employee related factor.


This study aims to examine the effect of management support, job autonomy, and adaptability on employee performance. The population in this study were 400 employees of Bank Mandiri Purwokerto Area. The study sample size was 106 employees. The sampling method used was simple random sampling. The analysis tool used was multiple regression analysis methods.


The analysis result showed that management support, job autonomy, and adaptability had a positive effect on employee performance. This means that the better the support provided by management to their employees in facing this crisis, the wider the job autonomy provided by management to their employees, and the higher the level of adaptation of employees in facing a crisis, the better the performance that can be achieved by employees.


Keywords : pandemic, management support, job autonomy, adaptability, employee performance.

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