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Andika, Rizal Hardi (2021) PENGARUH HARDINESS TERHADAP WORK ENGAGEMENT PADA KARYAWAN. Undergraduate (S1) thesis, Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang.


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The era of all digital openness encourages employees to bring out their maximum innovation and creative abilities. Employees who have work engagement if employees are fully involved with their work cognitively, emotionally, and physically. Hardiness involved in a job and realizes he is part of the job situation and has clear goals. This research aims to determine the effect of hardiness on employee’s work engagement. This research is a quantitative correlational study using a quota sampling technique. Data obtained from 200 employee respondents, with the subject criteria are male or female, permanent employee status or employees with unspecified working time, at least 18 years old, and have worked at least 1 year. This research uses a hardiness measuring instrument, namely the hardiness scale and a work engagement measuring tool, namely the Utrecht Work Engagement Scale totaling 17 items (UWES-17). Data analysis using simple linear regression technique with hardiness results has a significant positive effect on employee work engagement (r = 0.646; p = 0.000) with an effective contribution of 41.7%.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate (S1))
Student ID: 201610230311047
Thesis Advisors: Diana Savitri Hidayati (0024037801), Ratih Eka Pertiwi (0709078905)
Keywords: Hardiness, Work engagement, Employees
Subjects: B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BF Psychology
Divisions: Faculty of Psychology > Department of Psychology (73201)
Depositing User: 201610230311047 rizalhardi10
Date Deposited: 16 Mar 2021 08:36
Last Modified: 16 Mar 2021 08:36

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