EFFECT OF SYSTEM WORK FROM HOME (WFH) AND COMMUNICATION ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE AT PT. ULTRA JAYA MILK INDUSTRY & TRADING COMPANY TBK
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Work from home (WFH)
Communication
Performance

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Sanrang, L. N. A., Septiani, T. A., Saputri, A. E., Aprilia, Y. N., Faidirrahman, M., & Amalia, S. (2022). EFFECT OF SYSTEM WORK FROM HOME (WFH) AND COMMUNICATION ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE AT PT. ULTRA JAYA MILK INDUSTRY & TRADING COMPANY TBK. CENTRAL ASIA AND THE CAUCASUS, 23(1), 4724-4734. https://ca-c.org/CAC/index.php/cac/article/view/466

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Abstract

This study aims to determine the effect of the work from home system and communication on employee performance during the Covid-19 pandemic. The population of this study were all employees of PT. Ultra Jaya Milk Industry & Trading Company Tbk in one of the units which amounted to 192 employees using purposive sampling obtained a sample of 134 people. The criteria for this research are employees who work from home (work from home). The analytical method used in this research is validity and reliability test, classical assumption test consisting of multicollinearity test, multiple regression analysis and hypothesis testing through t and F tests. The method used is descriptive and verification analysis method with qualitative and quantitative approaches. Data analysis in this study uses the probability or significance level of 5%. The results showed that simultaneously, the system work from home work and communication had a significant effect on employee performance. Partially, communication has a significant effect on employee performance, but the results of the study indicate partially that thes ystem work from home work and communication have a significant effect on employee performance.

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