THE EFFECTS OF MOTIVATION AND DISCIPLINE TO CV. MMR’S WORK HABIT
Pramono, Monica Lisayani
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This study is conducted to determine the effect of motivation and discipline on the performance of CV.MMR employees. The sampling technique used in thestudy is non-probability sampling with purposive sampling approach. The sample used in this study were employees of the financial division of 46 employees and 1 head of division, and to work for a minimum of 3 years. Motivation variable in this study was measured by Maslow's hierarchy of need. Discipline variables in this study was measured using indicators developed by Ardansyah and Wasilawati. Performance variable in this study was measured by indicators as described Indonesian Institute of Accountants. Results of the study showed that motivation and discipline as predictor variables together have a significant effect simultaneously on employee performance in CV. MMR. Motivation significantly influence employee performance in CV. MMR. Discipline also significantly influence employee performance in CV. MMR. The results also showed that 68.4% of employee performance in CV. MMR is affected by motivation and discipline.