This study explores the relationship between work conflict and employee discipline within an organization, aiming to uncover potential implications for achieving organizational goals. Utilizing quantitative methods, a survey scale was administered to 254 randomly selected employees from a population of 705 in PT X Tbk. Surabaya. The analysis revealed a significant negative correlation (r = -0.263**, p < 0.005) between work conflict and employee discipline. These findings indicate that work conflict acts as a detrimental factor influencing the discipline of employees. The implications suggest that addressing work conflict is crucial for fostering a disciplined work environment, ultimately contributing to organizational success.
Work conflict negatively affects employee discipline: The study demonstrates a significant negative correlation between work conflict and employee discipline, emphasizing the detrimental impact of work conflict on maintaining a disciplined workforce.
Quantitative methods for measuring work conflict and employee discipline: The research employed quantitative methods, specifically a survey scale, to collect and analyze data, providing a structured and objective approach to investigate the relationship between work conflict and employee discipline.
Implications for organizational success: The findings highlight the importance of addressing work conflict to foster a disciplined work environment. By mitigating work conflict, organizations can enhance employee discipline, thereby increasing their chances of achieving desired organizational goals.
Keywords: work conflict, employee discipline, organizational goals, quantitative methods, PT X Tbk.