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2022 ◽  
Vol 4 (3) ◽  
pp. 934-942
Ratri Wisnu Pertiwi ◽  
Syamsul Hadi ◽  
Aulia Rosiana

Purpose - This research was conducted with the aim of knowing the role of compensation and job satisfaction in mediating the effect of job stress. Research method - This study uses regression analysis one method to determine the causal relationship between variables with other variables. The sample that meets the feasibility analysis is 60 respondents consisting of private institutions in Yogyakarta. Findings - From the regression test proves that compensation has a significant effect on work stress as well as job satisfaction has a significant effect on work stress. Given that job satisfaction plays an important role so that employees can provide optimal work results so that organizational goals can be achieved. Keywords: compensation, job satisfaction, job stress

2022 ◽  
Vol 3 (2) ◽  
pp. 289-294
Michael Jibrael Rorong ◽  
Zuhdi Arman ◽  
Dedi Epriadi

Students and Students are a place for students' aspirations to express their creativity. OSIS is formed based on the decision of the principal of the school which has a management body. Students who are involved in the OSIS management body must pass several criteria and requirements, including having communication skills and having a leadership spirit. Communication has a strong influence in shaping a person's attitude and leadership style in an organization. Students must be given briefings on attitudes and leadership styles so that they can direct, control their members and be responsible so that all parts of the work are coordinated in order to achieve company or organizational goals. One of the requirements to become an OSIS administrator is sitting at Ananda High School in Batam City, where the psychological condition of students is still unstable to lead. So that there are some conflicts that arise such as misunderstanding between members, task structure factors and organizational structures, for example, the unequal desire between the treasurer and chairman, personal factors, namely individuals must make decisions concerning themselves and the organization, environmental factors such as the absence of support from the environment or certain parties, differences of opinion, incomplete gatherings, many administrators who leave, there is leisure between members, poor time management and declining performance.

2022 ◽  
Vol 9 (12) ◽  
pp. 251-258
Firdha Muharraran ◽  
Ivan Elisabeth Purba ◽  
Donal Nababan

Background: The national health system is essentially an order that reflects the efforts of the Indonesian people to increase their ability to achieve health status. Puskesmas is a leading health service organization unit that provides comprehensive and integrated health services to the community. Human resource management is a planning, organizing, coordinating, implementing, and supervising the procurement, development, provision of remuneration, integration, maintenance, and separation of workers in order to achieve organizational goals. One way to improve resource management is leadership support for outstanding employees. Purpose: This study aims to determine the relationship between leadership support and employee performance at the Sei Suka Health Center, Sei Suka District, Batu Bara Regency in 2019. Method: This research was conducted cross sectional with data collection method (questionnaire). Each group with an age range of 20-30 years, 31-40, 41-50, 51-60 was given a questionnaire to fill out. Determination of the relationship between leadership support and employee performance can be seen from the results obtained after filling out the questionnaire, then the data is analyzed using the chi-square test. Results: The results obtained that the most respondents in the category of good leadership support as many as 16 people (48.5%) had poor work performance and the least was good leadership support 2 people (6.1%) had good work performance after being tested with the chi test square can be seen that the value of Significancy p value = 0.003 (P <0.005) which shows that the relationship between leadership support and employee performance is significant. Conclusion: there is a significant relationship between leadership support and employee performance.

YMER Digital ◽  
2022 ◽  
Vol 21 (01) ◽  
pp. 126-135
Ms. Mavra Shuaib ◽  
Dr. Sushanta Kumar Roul ◽  
Dr. Rashmi Soni ◽  

Leadership is regarded as the prime factor for making improvements in educational institutions effectively and also facilitates the achievement of desired goals and objectives and making improvements in the system of education. It is one of the main factors linked with the achievement and failure of any organization. Leadership style is the way in which people are directed and motivated by a leader to attain organizational goals. Life skills are defined as “a group of psychosocial competencies and interpersonal skills that help people make informed decisions, solve problems, think critically and creatively, communicate effectively, build healthy relationships, empathize with others, and cope with and manage their lives in a healthy and productive manner. This study is based on the impact of leadership as a life skill in educational institutions. With the viewpoint of the school, the leadership of the principal is very important. His role and duties will affect all aspects of school organizational life. At the school organizational level, leadership of the principal is the main determinant which act as a link between the individual lives with the outlooks of any organization in the future. This study aims to how leadership as a life skill impacts the performance of educational institutions. This paper is a conceptual based paper which gives theoretical verification to support the idea. The results of the paper suggest that the leadership style is a strong element in enhancing the performance of any institution as it enhances the culture of the organization and the employees’ values in the organization.

2022 ◽  
Vol 22 (1) ◽  
Terje Slåtten ◽  
Gudbrand Lien ◽  
Barbara Rebecca Mutonyi

Abstract Background Health services organizations must understand how best to lower nursing professionals’ turnover intentions, and increase their job satisfaction and the quality of care provided to patients. This study aims to examine whether work engagement (WE) is a significant predictor of the achievement of these preferred organizational goals. The study also aims to examine whether organizational culture and organizational climate can manage the WE of nursing professionals and indirectly contribute to the accomplishment of the preferred organizational goals. Methods In detail, a cross-sectional questionnaire survey study was conducted through a convenience sampling of a total of N = 164 nurses, from four Norwegian public hospitals. Structural equation modeling was employed in testing the hypothesis in the conceptual model, using Stata software. Furthermore, mediation analyses were achieved through use of the “medsem” package in the Stata software, in testing whether the proposed direct and indirect effects were statistically significant, and the type of mediation found. Results The three key findings from this study are: i) WE of nursing professionals was found to be positively related to service quality of care (β = 0.551) and job satisfaction (β = 0.883). Job satisfaction fully mediates the relationship between WE and turnover intention and in itself explains almost 60% (R2 = 0.59) of turnover intention; ii) nursing professionals’ perception of organizational culture (β = 0.278) and collaboration climate (β = 0.331) were both directly related to their WE; and iii) WE fully mediates the relationship between organizational culture/climate and service quality of care and job satisfaction. Moreover, WE partially mediates the relationship between collaborative climate and job satisfaction. Conclusions The WE of nursing professionals is highly correlated to their job satisfaction. WE and turnover intentions are (fully) mediated by job satisfaction. Employers should therefore focus on improving the job satisfaction of nursing professionals. The WE of nursing professionals is a common key factor for such improvement. Consequently, leaders and managers should continuously manage nursing professionals’ WE, focusing on such areas as organizational culture and climate, because WE is an effective means of enabling multiple desirable outcomes for hospital organizations.

2022 ◽  
pp. 340-357
Ikramul Hasan ◽  
MD. Nazmul Islam ◽  
Mohammad Ashraful Ferdous Chowdhury

Human Resource Management plays an essential role for attaining organizational goals. Nowadays, practitioners, researchers, and academicians around the world are emphasizing to transform and reshape the practice of human resource. However, very few research works have been done in the area of Transformational Human Resource Management (T-HRM). Hence, the aim of this chapter is to propose an integrated framework of T-HRM and organizational efficiency. In light of that, this study has proposed potential factors of the T-HRM. Secondly, this study presented positive effect of the factors of T-HRM on organizational efficiency management. Concept of knowledge management has introduced as a potential mediator, and ICT and organizational alignment has presented as a potential moderator of this study. Finally, knowledge of this study will provide better insights on T-HRM for ensuring organizational efficiency.

2022 ◽  
pp. 17-41
Bradley Saunders ◽  
Hanan Naser ◽  
Fatema Alaali

Although spirituality in the workplace has recently received extensive attention from many researchers in the field of management, it has often been interchanged with the term religion. Yet religion is neglected. According to Vitell, religion contributes to setting a framework for moral and ethical behavior in a business context, creating a spiritual workplace that is aligned with organizational goals and has a positive impact on productivity and profitability. Therefore, there is a need to conduct more investigations not only to explain the core concept of each, but also to evaluate the effectiveness of each and their integration in the workplace. This chapter addresses the increased demand to better conceptualize, define, and contrast the concepts of religion and spirituality in the workplace. In addition, the impact of leaders' life standards and personal values on behavior in the workplace are examined, with attention on the discussion of the impact of religion and spirituality.

2021 ◽  
Vol 21 (2) ◽  
pp. 130-139
Sunarta Sunarta

Abstract Compensation programs need to be aligned with organizational policies and objectives. This article is a literature review on employee compensation programs in support of organizational policies and goals. Organizations can use a combination of fixed-variable compensation, direct-indirect compensation according to organizational goals. Fixed compensation is more appropriate for routine work, whereas variable compensation is more appropriate for behavioral incentives and performance-based management. The amount of direct compensation will provide autonomy for employees in spending their family needs, however, it does not guarantee employees to allocate it, such as for: education and training costs, sports, health insurance, old age insurance, recreation. These costs are more suitable for indirect compensation. Organizations can consider the amount of compensation both in planning, evaluation through several factors, namely internal employees, organizational environment, and external environment.   Keyword: planning program, compensation, fixed-variable compensation, and organization.

2021 ◽  
Vol 3 (3) ◽  
pp. 302-309
Muhamad Farooq Rehan ◽  
Quaisar Ijaz Khan ◽  
Raheel Mumtaz

Workplace bullying is an emerging problem in the organizational setting, that if not properly managed can deteriorate the normal functioning of an organization and consequently may harm the achievements of organizational goals. Aim of this research study is to explore the causes, impacts, and treatments of upward workplace bullying where subordinate behave in an inhumane way against supervisor. Data was collected by using semi-structured interviews with 10 persons employed at senior supervisory levels in the city of Faisalabad, Pakistan. A thematic analysis indicates that unclear managerial boundaries, absurd job descriptions, and weak interpersonal skills of the employees are the major causes of upward bullying. Individual impacts of bullying on the aggrieved parties and organizational treatments to mitigate and control the phenomenon are discussed.

2021 ◽  
Yusriadi Yusriadi

Human resource management is organizing, implementing, and controlling human resources within the organization to achieve goals effectively and efficiently. Human resources, as one of the funds in the organization, play an essential role in the success of achieving organizational goals. Success depends on the ability of human resources to carry out their duties and functions. Employee performance is the result of the quality and quantity of work achieved by an employee in carrying out tasks following the responsibilities given to him. Productivity is servicing union input resources used in the production process. Motivation is a collection of behaviors that provide a foundation for someone to act in a way that directed to a specific goal. Seven crucial factors that are used to employee performance Work spirit is a condition of how an employee does the work every day. The higher the mind, the work will improve employee productivity.

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