Analysis of the Influence of Leadership style, Supervision, and Work Environment on the Work Discipline of Internship Students (Study in the Inpatient Room of BPJS Patients at Royal Prima Hospital Medan)Journal: International Journal of Progressive Sciences and Technologies (IJPSAT) (Vol.34, No. 1)
Publication Date: 2022-08-30
Authors : Tao Yan;
Page : 300-306
Keywords : leadership style; supervision; work environment; work discipline;
Good human resource management will provide progress for the company, especially in the face of ever-changing and evolving situations and conditions. In this case, the role of the leader plays an important role in recruiting, maintaining, and improving the quality of resources in an organization. To maintain this consistency, of course, there must be consistent supervision as well. Supervision is a process to ensure that all activities carried out are by what has been planned. The quantitative research method research approach was carried out in the BPJS Patient Inpatient Room, Royal Prima Hospital Medan, in February 2022. The population in this study was 46 people, with a sample determination technique using saturated sampling. The data collection technique uses a questionnaire inputted in a google form. Data analysis uses multiple regression analysis models, coefficient of determination (R2), F test (simultaneous testing), and t-test (partial testing). The results of the study there is an influence of leadership style on work discipline, partial test results (t-test) where the calculated value of > t-table (5.266 > 2.01) and significance value 0.002 < 0.05. There is an influence of supervision on work discipline, from the results of partial tests (t-test) where the t-count value > t-table (4.302 > 2.01) and the significance value is 0.010 < 0.05. There is an influence of supervision on work discipline, partial test results (t-test) where the t-count value > t-table (4,785 > 2.01) and a significance value of 0.008 < 0.05. The results of the Coefficient of Determination Test obtained a squared value of R of 0.645 this means that 64.5% of the variations in the dependent variables worked in the discipline of intern students in the Patient Inpatient Room of BPJS Royal Prima Medan Hospital which can be explained by variations in independent variables Leadership style, Supervision and Work Environment of the remaining 35.5% (100%-64.5%) explained by other variables that were not studied in this study, such as compensation, wages, and motivation. In conclusion, partial and simultaneous test results variables Leadership style (X1), Supervision (X2), and Work Environment (X3) affect the Work Discipline (Y) of interns in the Patient Inpatient Room of BPJS Royal Prima Hospital Medan.
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