The Influence of Work-Life Balance and Transformational Leadership on Employee Performance in Teleworking Environment

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Emmanuel Kevin Gunawan
Esther Tirza Suzanti Kalalo
Gebrina Oktaviani Tarigan
Abdul Rohman

Abstract

Influence of work-life balance and Transformational leadership on employee performance in a teleworking environment. During the pandemic era, the teleworking policy had to be implemented, but afterward, this policy was still being implemented. It becomes interesting to measure employee performance in a teleworking environment, especially the important elements that influence employee performance such as transformational leadership, work-life balance, and job satisfaction. Previously, there may have been a lot of research on the relationship between these variables, but only a few have discussed the relationship between these variables in the teleworking environment. The research was conducted on 150 employees in companies that implement teleworking. Quantitative research using primary data from distributed questionnaires. Data analysis using the SEM model concluded that transformational leadership and work-life balance have a significant and positive effect on employee performance, either directly or through job satisfaction.

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Emmanuel Kevin Gunawan, Esther Tirza Suzanti Kalalo, Gebrina Oktaviani Tarigan, & Abdul Rohman. (2024). The Influence of Work-Life Balance and Transformational Leadership on Employee Performance in Teleworking Environment. Jurnal Entrepreneur Dan Entrepreneurship, 13(1), 15–28. https://doi.org/10.37715/jee.v13i1.4115
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Author Biographies

Esther Tirza Suzanti Kalalo, BINUS Business School Master Program, Jakarta

Business Management Program, Management Department

Abdul Rohman, BINUS Business School Master Program, Jakarta

Business Management Program, Management Department (Coach)

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