Purpose: This study aims to test the hypothesis of the influence of health, spatial layout and work discipline on work effectiveness.
Methodology/approach: The research method used is associative quantitative. The population of this study were all State Civil Apparatus (ASN) totaling 50 employees at the Ogan Komering Ilir Regency Education Office. The sampling technique used non-probability sampling, namely Purposive sampling. The sources and techniques for collecting data in this study are primary data by distributing questionnaires to respondents and secondary data by collecting documentation and literature studies relevant to the research.
Results/findings: Seeing from the results of the t test, the health variable partially affects the work effectiveness variable, the spatial variable partially affects the work effectiveness variable, and also the work discipline variable partially affects work effectiveness, along with the results of the F test, the health, spatial and work discipline variables have a positive effect together on employee work effectiveness.
Limitations: This study has a scope that only aims to examine the State Civil Apparatus (ASN) only and is not comprehensive for all populations in the agency.
Contribution: The results of this study are expected to be a benchmark for learning, especially in the field of human resources and also as an additional understanding for further research. This research is also expected to make a significant contribution in the form of articles, reports and presentations, become visibility to agencies in academic and practical circles on the same topic, become a consideration or evaluation material for the leadership of the Education Office in improving health, spatial and work discipline and employee work effectiveness.