Public Sector Organizations: Work Environment, Employee Behavior and Discipline

Authors

  • Renold Goedurov University of Economics – Varna, Bulgaria

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47667/ijppr.v1i2.17

Keywords:

Public Sector Organizations, Work Environment, Behavior, Employee Discipline

Abstract

This article discusses the literature review on Public Sector Organizations, especially in the Work Environment, Behavior and Employee Discipline. The external environment refers to the factors and forces that are outside the organization but affect organizational performance. The specific environment is external forces that have a direct impact on decision making. Discipline is the desire and awareness to obey organizational rules and social norms. Therefore, discipline is an important means of achieving goals, therefore discipline development is a very important part of management. Any management in its implementation requires discipline of all members of the organization. Discipline is also said to be a means of training and educating people on rules so that there is compliance and so that they can run in an orderly and orderly manner in the organization. The existence of an attitude of work discipline, the results of employee work will be good and maximum. Of course this will have a positive impact on the sustainability of the company. The work done in a disciplined manner by employees will contribute to the organization.

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Published

2020-09-28