The Effect of Work Discipline and Compensation on Employee Performance in the Government Office
Maya Rezeki Angriani, Anis Eliyana
This study aims to determine the effect of work discipline and compensation for employee performance partially and together. The independent variable used in this study is work discipline and compensation, while the dependent variable in this study is employee performance. This research was carried out in the South Kalimantan provincial government office. This type of research is explanatory, because it aims to examine the relationship between variables. The population of the Central Kalimantan provincial employment workforce (specifically Banjarmasin domicile) is around 307 people while the number of samples taken in this study is 173 bureaucrats. Based on the results of hypothesis testing, it can be concluded that the relationship between the variables of work discipline and performance variables is insignificant. Moreover, the relationship between compensation variables with performance variables are significant.