Ira Akhmadi, J. Jamaluddin, Budi Suryadi


Legal aspects of the Agency for Employment and Human Resources Development (BKPSDM) are contained in Barito Utara Barito Utara District Regulation No. 2 the Year 2016 on the Establishment and Composition of the Region North Barito regency and North Barito Regency Regulation No. 38 the Year 2016 concerning Organizational Structure and Work of North Barito regency. In the regulation is stated that the position, duty and function of Human Resources Agency and Human Resources Development (BKPSDM) is an element of local government supporting in the implementation of personnel management area, where BKPSDM regency demanded a good performance to serve PNS. A quantitative analysis on the performance was used. The analysis and discussion of the data obtained after the respondents' assessment on the effect of leadership style, motivation, discipline work on employee performance. Partially style leadership, motivation, work discipline has a significant influence on employee performance on employment agency and human resources development department. Based on the test results, style of leadership, motivation and work discipline has significant influence together (simultaneously) on the performance of government employees. The most dominant variable is the work discipline, with the highest beta coefficient among other variables.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.46827/ejpss.v0i0.679


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