This study aims to examine the effect of
telework on employee performance and job stress
mediated by work-life balance at the Sekotong Public
Health Centre. This study uses a quantitative approach.
The sample of this study was 64 employees of the
Sekotong Public Health Centre. This study uses a
perceptual variable that is measured through a
questionnaire instrument. Therefore, the research data
was obtained by assessing the research subjects through
the questionnaire. The obtained data were analyzed
using descriptive statistics and Partial Least Square
(PLS) analysis. This study found that telework has a
significantly positive effect on performance and work-
life balance, but has a significant negative effect on job
stress. Work-life balance has a significant and positive
effect on employee performance, but a significant and
negative effect on job stress. Work-life balance also has a
positive role as a mediator in the relationship between
telework and performance, while also having a negative
role in the relationship between telework and employee
stress. The effect of job stress on employee performance
is known to be significantly negative.
Keywords : Telework, Employee Performance, Job Stress, Work-Life Balance.