TITLE

SKALA PENGUKURAN SHIFT KERJA, BEBAN KERJA, DAN PERSEPSI KESEHATAN SEBAGAI STRESSOR DENGAN FASILITAS MANAJEMEN UNTUK PENANGGULANGANNYA

TYPE

Journal Article

Abstract

Human circadian system causes employees on night shift are at risk of experiencing increased stress, increased workload. Additionally, they should face the consequences of different health condition compared to employees who work on a normal shift during the day. This paper discussed the size of stress levels of employees who work in a night shift system based on (1) workload and (2) health condition, as well as (3) employees biological, social, and psychological condition. Other studies have shown that support from company can help employees cope with stress. The support is like management facilities, such as support from supervisor to subordinate, and training support to improve necessary skills. Thus, besides the size of employee stress levels, this study also discusses the relation of company support as stress management. The result is a measurement model of stress level obtained based on Likert scale of 5. In this model, work shift stressors are measured by self-perception of self-satisfaction by the work shift. For occupational health perception, SF-36 is used to measure self-perception of health quality. As for the workload, the measurement of four resources at works using the scale of visuality, audiotory, cognitive, and psycomotor. The implication shows that this stressor measurement scales need to be tested to see the reliability and validity of the work environment in Indonesia, as well as to test the correlation between the variables used with management facilities received by employees.

Citation

Chie D. H. H and Zuraida R. (2013). SKALA PENGUKURAN SHIFT KERJA, BEBAN KERJA, DAN PERSEPSI KESEHATAN SEBAGAI STRESSOR DENGAN FASILITAS MANAJEMEN UNTUK PENANGGULANGANNYA. INASEA, 14 (1), 15-21.

Keywords

stressor, SF-36, VACP analysis, management facility

Published On

INASEA

Author

  • Rida Zuraida

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