The aims of study were to analyze the factors
that affect the performance of the employees of the
RSGM Jember University. This study uses a quantitative
approach, the type of analytic observational research
with a cross sectional research design. The number of
samples was 97. The data were analyzed using the
Spearman correlation test and ordinal logistic regression.
The variables in this study include the characteristics of
the respondents (gender, age, education level and years of
service), leadership style, work discipline and training.
This research has conducted an ethical test with the
number 1403/UN25.8/KEPK/DL/2021. The results
showed that there was an influence between gender, age,
years of service, work discipline and training on the
performance of the employees of RSGM Universitas
Jember. The results showed that there was no influence
between the level of education and leadership style on the
performance of the employees of RSGM Jember
University. The most influential factor on the
performance of the employees of the University of Jember
is work discipline.
characteristics, leadership style, work discipline, training, performance.