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JOURNAL OF APPLIED MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
The purpose of this study is to determine the effect of training and work motivation on employee performance. Training measured by the dimensions of skills and knowledge, while working motivation dimension is measured by motives, expectations, and incentives, and the employee's performance can be measured by indicators of quantity of work, quality of work, cooperation, understanding of the task, initiative, discipline and reliability. Respondents in this study were 200 employees of accountingdoi:10.30871/jama.v2i1.726 fatcat:hsf7ijmuhjhzfiomm254vnak5a