Stress, Emotional Intelligence and Work Environment Affect Employee Performance

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Kurnia Sakti Fitranto
Suryani Maryam


This study aimed to examine the effect of  stress,  emotional intelligence, and work environment on employee performance. This research was carried out at a private company in Jakarta using quantitative methods. Data collection techniques through questionnaires were distributed to 135 respondents. The analysis used by researchers is the method in the Partial Least Square (PLS) application. The test results obtained in this study partially (1) work stress has a significant positive effect on employee performance (2) emotional intelligence has a significant positive effect on employee performance (3) the work environment has a significant positive effect on employee performance.


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Fitranto, K. S. ., & Maryam, S. . (2024). Stress, Emotional Intelligence and Work Environment Affect Employee Performance. Economics and Digital Business Review, 5(2), 206–218.


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