The Effect of Fingerprint Implementation on Work Discipline of Indonesian Public Servants: Evidence from Sampang District, East Java Province, Indonesia

Achmad Imam, Nur Fathin Luaylik, Ach Resa Fachrizi


The purpose of this study was to determine the effect Fingerprint Implementation on Work Discipline of Indonesian Public Servants at Sampang District, East Java Province, Indonesia. This research is classified as explanatory research with a quantitative approach. The sample used was 42 respondents with saturated sampling technique. The type of data used is primary data, namely collecting data using questionnaires. Analysis of the data used is Linear Regression with SPSS. The results of this study indicate that Fingerprint Implementation has a posstive effect on Work Discipline.


Fingerprint Implementation; Work Discipline

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