Tiksnayana Vipraprastha, I Gede Rihayana, Ary Wira Andika


The purpose of this study was to examine the influence of the role of leadership and work discipline on employee performance with job satisfaction as an intervening variable at PT. Sarana Arga Gemeh Amerta Denpasar. The sample in this study were employees of PT. Sarana Arga Gemeh Amerta Denpasar as many as 112 respondents. The analysis tool used is path analysis (path analysis). The results of the analysis explain that the leadership and work discipline variables have a positive and significant effect on employee performance, in addition to directly affecting employee performance, this variable is also influenced by job satisfaction as an intervening variable where it can be explained that job satisfaction as an intervening variable that connects leadership and work discipline variables has results. partially positive significant towards employee performance. This means that job satisfaction is not fully a benchmark in determining employee performance, because the results of this study state that the role of the leader in paying attention is needed by employees and work discipline becomes employee guidance in completing a job that is the responsibility of each employee.

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