The Effect of the Implementation of Performance Allowance Policies and Work Discipline on the Employee Performance of The Education Office, North Minahasa Regency

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Arie Supriati, Yoseph Santie, Julien Biringan


This research aims to analyze the allowances for employee performance and analyze work discipline factors on employee performance as well as analyze the performance allowances and work discipline simultaneously on the employee performance at the Education Office of North Minahasa Regency. This exploratory research applied the Saturated Sampling technique, with 10 employees as respondents, and the instruments were a questionnaire and variable measured with an interval scale. The effect of performance allowances (X1) and work discipline (X2) as independent variables on employee performance (Y) as the dependent variable were tested simultaneously. Furthermore, the test was carried out on the direct (partial) effects of performance allowances (X1) and work discipline (X2) on employee performance (Y). The data were analyzed qualitatively and quantitatively using validity and reliability tests. The multiple regression analysis alongside classical assumption tests consisted of multicollinearity, heteroscedasticity, normality, and linearity tests. The hypothesis testing applied the F test and t-test with the IBM SPSS version 26 program. The results showed that both performance allowance (X1) and work discipline (X2) had a positive and significant effect on employee performance (Y). Keywords: Performance allowance, Work Discipline, and Performance.

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