Track: Occupational Safety and Health (OSH)
This study aims to measure and analyze the effect of locus of control and competence on medical and paramedical functional performance through motivation at the Maros Veterinary Center (BBVet Maros). This study used a quantitative approach with a research design, namely an explanatory survey. Sampling was carried out by saturated sampling technique with a total sample of 116 functional medical and paramedical employees of BBVet Maros. The analytical tool used is path analysis to determine the direct and indirect effect on the variables studied. Based on the data analysis, the research results show that locus of control and competence, and motivation positively and significantly affect the Maros Veterinary Center's performance. So those employees are expected to develop locus of control inside or outside themselves, increase motivation from within employees through challenges at work, and support from superiors through objective promotions and employee placement according to their areas of expertise to improve employee performance at BBVet Maros.