Fatigue is generally experienced in working as a result of employee workload. Employees at the
Institution X have unique perceived workload. Their workload can lead to the onset of excessive fatigue, and
leading to decrease in productivity. This study aims to determine the fatigue of employee subjectively through
questionnaires that measure perceptions of fatigue felt by employees using KAUPK2, as well as the potential for
fatigue using Fatigue likelihood scoring (FLS), and individual fatigue likelihood scoring (IFLS). The result of
fatigue questionnaire (KAUPK2) among all 17 employees has a good value of alpha cronbach 0.8 which showed
fatigue at safe levels.It indicated that men and women feel the same feelings of fatigue associated (t value = 1.75
< 2.37). It means workload given by the Institute can be tolerated by the physical and psychic abilities of
employees. While the value of FLS, and IFLS in line with the results of the questionnaire a a relatively safe
level is at level 2 and level 3 for the FLS and 0 and 1 for IFLS correlation test between the two showed no
significant relationship. For dealing with risks that may occur due to employee fatigue in the future, institution
may make an effort so that the employee would be more responsible for the self-recovery process. The institution
could also set the working time to make sure that employee would have enough time for resting, and would
identify the likelihood of excessive fatigue periodically.
Zuraida R, Jorinatan A, Perkasa H and Senjaya R. (2013). ANALISIS BEBAN KERJA DAN KELELELAHAN KERJA KARYAWAN FRONT LINER DI INSITITUSI X. INASEA, 14 (2), 128-138.
workload, fatigue, FLS, IFLS