Hubungan Antara Job demands Dengan Workplace Well-being Pada Pekerja Shift

Wanda Irawan Anwarsyah
Alice Salendu
Tulus Budi Sulistyo Radikun


This study focused on the relationship between job demands with
workplace well-being on shift workers in a company engaged in
manufacturing plastic packaging production. Previous research has not much to explain the relationship between two variables, especially in Indonesia, and its application in shift workers. Workplace well-being is defined as a sense of prosperity gained workers from their jobs, as measured through the Workplace Well-being Index (WWBI) (Page, 2005). Job demands, which is explained by the type of quantitative demands in this study, is defined as something that relates directly to the amount of work to be done and a major source of stress (Kristensen, Bjorner, Christensen, and Borg, 2004), as measured by quantitative questionnaires job demands in the Indonesian Quality of Work Life Questionnaire (IQWiQ) (Radikun, 2010). The sample in this study included 155 shift workers using accidental
sampling. The analysis showed that there was a Significant negative relationship between job demands with workplace well-being on shift workers (r = -0221, p smaller than 0.05, one-tailed). From the research, companies are advised to review the current number of workers with production targets that must be produced, an appreciation of
the performance of workers and wages.


Job demands;workplace well-being;shift workers

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