MENGINVESTIGASI EMPLOYEE WELL-BEING PADA KARYAWAN LINTAS GENERASI DI ORGANISASI PUBLIK DI JAWA TENGAH

Mirwan Surya Perdhana, Astri Dias Maharani, Dian Ratna Sawitri

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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menginvestigasi employee well-being karyawan organisasi publik di Indonesia. Perspektif budaya organisasi dan work-family policies digunakan untuk lebih memahami fenomena di organisasi publik. Meskipun organisasi publik di Indonesia berada di bawah naungan yang sama, penerapan kebijakan-kebijakan dari masing-masing organisasi berbeda. Metode yang digunakan dalam penelitian ini adalah metode campuran dengan pendekatan triangulasi. Pada metode ini, data kuantitatif dan kualitatif dikumpulkan di waktu yang berbeda dan kemudian dikomparasikan untuk
penarikan kesimpulan. Metode kuantitatif menggunakan kuesioner yang merupakan hasil kombinasi dari Organizational Culture Survey, Employee Well-Being Scale dan peraturan perusahaan terkait dengan kebijakan keluarga dan pekerjaan. Kuesioner ini didistribusikan dengan metode sensus terhadap 100 pegawai di organisasi A, sedangkan metode kualitatif dilakukan dengan wawancara mendalam terhadap 5 pegawai organisasi B. Data kuantitatif diolah dengan menggunakan SmartPLS, sedangkan data kualitatif dianalisa dengan mengelompokkan jawaban hasil wawancara menjadi tema-tema tertentu. Hasil kuantitatif menyatakan bahwa work-family policies tidak berpengaruh signifikan terhadap employee well-being, sedangkan budaya organisasi berpengaruh signifikan terhadap employee well-being. Pada organisasi B, karakteristik atasan langsung, hubungan dengan rekan kerja serta budaya organisasi merupakan faktor-faktor yang layak dipertimbangkan untuk menjamin kesejahteraan karyawan di tempat kerja. Implikasi untuk organisasi juga didiskusikan
dalam penelitian ini.


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