Affect Analysis of Work Load, Competence to Work Motivation with Compensation as Intervening Variables of Nurse Care Implementation in Ananda Hospital Bekasi IndonesiaJournal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.9, No. 8)
Publication Date: 2020-08-05
Authors : Uli Dumai; Rokiah Kusumapradja; M. Reza Hilmy;
Page : 292-301
Keywords : Workload; Competence; Work Motivation; Compensation;
Strong motivation leads employees to work with high performance, otherwise, it can ended in termination of employment. This work motivation can be influenced from within or from outside individual employees. The high rate turnover at Ananda Bekasi Hospital is a strong reason to look for the causes and solutions. External causes can be due to workload, leadership style, salary, work atmosphere and others. This study aimed to analyze the effect of workload and competence on work motivation with compensation as an intervening variable in 180 implementing nurses, through a quantitative descriptive causality approach and SEM analysis. Data collected techniques used is primary questionnaire data with 4 Likert scale. The results obtained: (1) workload and competence simultaneously do not affect work motivation through compensation; (2) workload does not affect work motivation; (3) competence has a positive affect on work motivation; (4) compensation does not affect work motivation; (5) workload affects compensation; (6) competence influences compensation. Concluded that Workload and compensation do not affect work motivation, but competence, through skills and expertises by giving cources, training thus, by giving incentive for reasoning retention the employees loyal to work, which can then be followed by an increase income.
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