The impact of individual characteristics towards employee performance of millennial employees
The moderating effect of training
Keywords:Individual Characteritics, Training, Employee Performance, Millennial
The purpose of this study is to investigate the impact of individual characteristics on employee performance of millennial employees. Furthermore, the study was also to test the moderating effect of training on the impact of individual characteristics on employee performance of millennial employees. This research was conducted from six business entities in Yogyakarta which were engaged in media and information technology sectors. This research used saturation sampling. Primary data was obtained by circulating questionnaires to 250 millennials employees, but only 118 questionnaires were returned. The data were analyzed with PLS-SEM using SmartPLS 3.00 application. The result revealed that individual characteristics have a positive and significant impact on employee performance of millennial employees. Furthermore, training cannot moderate the impact of individual characteristics on employee performance. From these findings, we need to underline that the millennial employee's performance would increase if millennial employees increased their individual characteristics in their working activity.
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