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  •   Sitti Nurbaya

  •   Ismail Rasulong

  •   Muh. Nur. R

Abstract

We will exploration in explaining the contribution of competence to work culture; contribution of competence to teacher performance; the contribution of work culture to teacher performance; the contribution of competence through work culture to the work performance of Honorary Teachers In Makassar Elementary School is very important to do in determining the attitudes and policies of the city government towards Honorary Teachers In Makassar City. The study was conducted at Makassar Elementary School with a population of Honorary Teachers who have a Decree of limited time employment contract in 8 sub-districts in Makassar City, totaling 1,495 teachers. The total sample obtained was 317 teachers using the Slovin formula. The research hypothesis was tested using the Structural Equation Model through the help of AMOS vers. 20.0 programs. The results of the study provide evidence that the competencies possessed are proven to directly improve the work culture of honorary teachers. High competence is proven to directly be able to improve the performance of honorary teachers to a high level. Work culture directly has a significant positive effect on the performance of honorary teachers. Competence through work culture is indirectly proven to increase the work performance of Honorary Teachers in Makassar Elementary School to a higher level.

Keywords: Competence, work culture, work performance, honorary teachers

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Nurbaya, S., Rasulong, I., & R, M. (2020). Competence, Work Culture and Performance of Honorary Teachers in Makassar Elementary School. European Journal of Business and Management Research, 5(2). https://doi.org/10.24018/ejbmr.2020.5.2.281