THE INFLUENCE OF WORK ETHIC AND WORK DISCIPLINE ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE
In order to get the expected employee performance, it is crucial to support the work ethic and work discipline of employees. However, this does not rule out the potential of job-related distractions that have the opposite effect and cause people to perform less well. The company's aims cannot be fulfilled in accordance with its expectations since this condition cannot be appropriately remedied. This study aims to determine the effects of work ethics and workplace discipline on overall employee performance. The SPSS program is used in this study's application of quantitative technique and data processing. Multiple linear regression was utilized to analyze the data in this study. There were 58 responders in all who worked for PT. Aksata Satya Pratama. The findings indicated that (1) work ethic and work discipline did not significantly affect employee performance, with a significance value of 0.217 greater than 0.05, indicating that H0 was accepted and H1 was rejected; (2) work discipline partially significantly influences employee performance, indicating that H0 is rejected and H2 is accepted; and (3) work ethic and work discipline simultaneously affect employee performance. (4) The link and influence between the independent variable (X) and the dependent variable (Y) are influenced by other factors outside the scope of the study for the remaining 60.3%.