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Abstract

The theories used in this study are theories about work discipline, organizational climate theory, organizational commitment theory, and finally the theory of performance. The method used in this study is descriptive in a quantitative approach with the aim of finding a correlation between the independent variables and the dependent variable using the JASP Version 0.10.0.0 application which is also supported by the University of Amsterdam. The matter is to test the discipline variables, organizational climate and organizational commitment to employee performance. This study uses 70 employees as a sample of the population.


The results showed that simultaneously stated discipline, organizational climate, organizational commitment had a positive and significant effect on employee performance with F-count (31,843) > F-table (2,76), while partially the disciplinary variables had a positive and significant effect on employee performance with the results of t-count (7,216) > t-table (1,99547), then for organizational climate variables partially has a positive and significant effect on employee performance with t-count (2,422) > t-table (1,99547) , then the organizational commitment variable partially has a positive and significant effect on employee performance with t-count (2,163) > t-table (1,99547). In calculating the regression model on the determinant coefficient (R2) it is also known that the three independent variables (discipline, organizational climate, and organizational commitment) affect the dependent variable (performance) with an R2 value of (0,591) or 59.1%, and for the remaining (40,9%) which is another variable not included in this study.


 

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Human Resource Management

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