THE EFFECT OF CAREER DEVELOPMENT AND EMPLOYEE DISCIPLINE ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE IN THE COVID-D PANDEMIC PERIOD AT THE SOUTH CIMAHI DISTRICT, CIMAHI CITY
This research explains the effect of career development variables and employee discipline on employee performance. In this research, the Explonatory Research method was used by using a questionnaire as a data collection tool which was distributed to 75 employees at the South Cimahi sub-district office, Cimahi City. Data analysis in this research used descriptive analysis and multiple linear regression analysis. The results of multiple linear regression analysis show that simultaneously and partially career development variables, work discipline have a significant influence on employee performance. This is indicated by the simultaneous test results obtained a significant value of F of 0.000 which is smaller than of 0.05 (0.000 <0.05). The significance value is below 5%, resulting in a decision H1, accepted and H0 rejected. The results of the partial test for career development obtained a significance value of t of 0.001 which is smaller than of 0.05 (0.000 <0.05) and the highest B coefficient of 0.346. The results of the partial test of the work discipline variable have the greatest t significance of 0.031. The results of the partial test of employee performance variables have the smallest t significance of 0.000.