education level
work experience
employee performance

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Putra, I. G., Alkahfi, M., Wulantari, W. W., Fauziah, N. I., Titarosa, R., & Bais, A. (2022). EFFECT OF EDUCATION LEVEL AND WORK EXPERIENCE ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE BRI Syariah Bandung Branch. CENTRAL ASIA AND THE CAUCASUS, 23(1), 4678-4688. https://ca-c.org/CAC/index.php/cac/article/view/461



Every company always expects its employees to have achievements, because having employees who excel will make an optimal contribution to the company. In addition, by having employees who excel the company can improve the company's performance. The purpose of this study was to determine the effect of education level on employee performance and work experience on employee performance at the Bandung branch of BRI Syariah bank. The sampling method used is a saturated sample so that the sample used is 47 respondents. The statistical method used is multiple regression analysis. The results showed that the level of education and work experience partially had a significant effect on employee performance, and was able to contribute to employee performance by 84.3% while the rest was influenced by other variables not examined in this study.



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