ANALYSIS OF THE ROLE OF EMPLOYEE ACHIEVEMENT IN THE FRAMEWORK OF ACHIEVING POSITION PROMOTION AT THE LAMONGAN LIBRARY SERVICE
The aim of this research is to find out whether work performance influences job promotions at the Lamongan Regency Library Service. This research has a population of 100 employees, and a sample of 100 employees. This research uses quantitative research methods. The sampling technique used was a saturated sampling technique. The data analysis tools used in this research are validity test, reliability test, terminal coefficient test, t test and F test. Based on the partial test, it was found that the t count (0.405) was smaller than the t table (1.6607) with a significance of 0.686<0 .1 so it can be concluded that there is an influence but not significant between the independent variables on the dependent variable Position Promotion (Y) in the research model. Meanwhile, the results of the simultaneous test of Work Performance with a calculated F value (0.164) < F table (2.70) with a significance value of 0.686 < 0.1, it can be concluded that H0 is accepted and H1 is rejected. From these results it can be concluded that the independent variable Job Performance (X1), simultaneously or together has an influence but is not significant on Position Promotion (Y) in the Lamongan Regency Library Service.