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Providing motivation and training for employees is one of the important factors to support increased productivity and employee performance. With high motivation and the provision of training materials can improve the knowledge, skills and abilities of employees so that employees feel satisfied, comfortable and more enthusiastic at work so that employee performance becomes optimal. This study aims to analyze the direct effect of motivation and training on employee satisfaction and performance and the indirect effect of motivation and training on employee performance through satisfaction as a mediating variable. Respondents in this study were 68 non-permanent employees in the Bureau of Academic, Student Affairs, Planning, Information, and Cooperation and the General Bureau of Finance State University of Malang. The analysis tool uses PLS (Partial Least Square) analysis with two measurement sub models, namely the measurement model (outer model) and structural model (inner model) and indirect effect testing using the Sobel test. The results of this study indicate that motivation and training have a direct and significant influence on employee satisfaction and performance, job satisfaction has a direct and significant influence on employee performance, and motivation and training have a significant indirect effect on employee performance through satisfaction as a variable. mediation.
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