Discipline Analysis of State Civil Apparatus Work in Regional Development Planning Agency of Rokan Hilir District
AbstractThis study aims to analyze the level of work discipline of the state civil apparatus at the Regional Development Planning Agency of Rokan Hilir Regency and to analyze the factors that influence the work discipline of the state civil apparatus at the regional development planning agency of Rokan Hilir Regency. Each state civil apparatus in Development Planning Agency District has several performance measurement instruments as outlined in the Job Analysis, Job Analysis Evaluation, Annual Employee Work Targets, and Monthly Employee Work Targets which contain the discipline value of state civil apparatus working hours each working day. The assessment of the Monthly Employee Work is used as the basis for the provision of performance allowances for all state civil apparatus work in the Regional Development Planning Agency. This research uses a qualitative research method with a descriptive research type. The main informants in this study were officials within the Regional Development Planning Agency of Rokan Hilir Regency. Sample selection is done by (purposive sampling). Based on the results of the research and data analysis, it shows that: work discipline of state civil apparatus at the Regional Development Planning Agency of Rokan Hilir Regency has not been fully implemented because it is based on the results of interviews with research informants and analyzed with the work discipline model according to Rivai (2005) in the form of attendance and obedience. In terms of work obligations and regulations, adherence to work standards, a high level of vigilance, and ethical work, there are still state civil servants at the Regional Development Planning Board of Rokan Hilir Regency who have not implemented work discipline, especially adherence to work discipline.
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