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This study is a conceptual paper that aims to determine the effect of compensation and motivation on the performance of college lecturers private sector in Bandar Lampung. The performance of lecturers is very decisive and becomes one of the benchmarks in the success of a tertiary institution, which is the task of lecturers contained in the Tri Dharma of Higher Education namely carrying out educational and teaching activities, research activities and community service. Many factors can affect lecturer performance; internal factors such as competence, knowledge possessed by lecturers, work motivation, attitude of accountability, and others. There are also external factors, namely the work environment, leadership style, training, or compensation received. Motivation is very important because with the motivation of the employees to work hard and enthusiastically, the employee's performance will be maximal and the company's goals will be achieved. Providing compensation is expected to motivate employees, and not only giving compensation can increase company performance but motivation can also have a positive impact on employee performance.
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