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The Influence of Work Motivation, Work Discipline and Workload on Employee Performance at PT. Nikkatsu Electric Works in Bandung

Dr. H. Yusuf
Rexy Yasa Muhamad Agustian
Disya Nurul Afifah
Melly Ramjani
Reza Juliantini


PT performance Nikkatsu Electric Works In Bandung, this study aims to determine the effect of work motivation, work discipline and workload on employee performance. With a population of employees of PT. NikkatsuElecric Works in the transformer section as many as 100 people, by distributing questionnaires. Using the quantitative descriptive method, the data analysis technique used the SPSS 25 application. The F count was 22,308 with a significance value of 0.000 or less than the degree of confidence (α) of 5%. Thus the research hypothesis states that work motivation, work discipline and workload simultaneously affect employee performance. Simultaneously, work motivation, work discipline and workload also affect employee performance. This can be reviewed through the results of the f test, where it is known that the significance value is 0.000, where the value is smaller than 0.05 and it is also followed by obtaining F count with the number 22,308. So it can be concluded that work motivation, work discipline and workload have a partial or simultaneous effect on employee performance.

Keywords: Work Motivation, Work Discipline, Workload and Employee Performance ,


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