Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : work engagement


The Influence of Moral Distress, Vigor, Dedication, and Absorption on Nurse Performance in Deli Serdang Regional General Hospital

Sari Desi Esta Ulina Sitepu; Jenny Marlindawani Purba; Roxana Devi Tumanggor

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 10, Pages 1157-1166

Background: The nurses’ performance in providing nursing services is one of the important aspects that become a measure of the success of quality service. Quality nursing services related to moral distress and work engagement.
Object: To determine the influence of moral distress and work engagement on the nurses’ performance at the Deli Serdang Regional General Hospital.
Methods: The study was an analytic survey with a cross-sectional study design. 126 nurses were the sample. The study wasusing cluster techniques and random sampling. Data analyzed using a multiple logistic regression test.
Results: the study indicated that there was an effect on moral distress with a p-value of 0.0001 and work engagement [vigor (p=0.002), dedication (p=0.002), and absorption (p=0.0001)]means that moral distress and work engagement affected nurses’ performance, meanwhile the result of multivariate analysis showed that the most dominant variable affecting nurses’ performance was moral distress with Exp. (B) 10.256.
Conclusion: It is recommended to improve and maintain the quality of nursing services following the standards of nursing care, increase the spirit of high morale at work to increase the quality of performance, increase work dedication to achieve better performance, and increase the concentration of nurses and are serious in carrying out nursing care.

Psychosocial Safety Climate, Job Demands, and Work-Related Outcomes: A Study of Malaysian Research Universities

Kia Hui Gan; Daisy Mui Hung Kee

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 3, Pages 191-196

The recent QS 2021 World University Rankings showed that all five Malaysian research universities have improve and ranked among the world’s top 200. The improvement in the ranking is an indicator that Malaysian research universities are making continuous efforts in improving their research and academics. To achieve a better ranking, Malaysian research universities use key performance indicators for academicians. Academicians may feel burdened with the high expectations from the management. The present study intends to examine how psychosocial safety climate (PSC) influence academicians work-related attitudes such as work engagement and job satisfaction. The study also intends to examine if job demands mediate the relationship between PSC and work-related attitudes. The paper is the first study examining PSC and academician’s work-related attitudes in Malaysian research universities.

The Correlationbetween Psychological Capital and Work Engagement ofHealth Workers in anEmergency Unit of a General Hospital inIndonesia

Amalia Putri Handayani; NyomanAnita Damayanti

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 412-418

Background:The success of an organization in providing healthcare service depends on the staff competencies in completing thegiventask. Somepsychological factors thataffect the service include personality, psychological capital, and work engagement. Psychological capital is a kind of attitude and behavior capital that plays anessential role in determining individual success, while work engagement is a constituentthat underlies the staff attitude. Aim: This study aims to analyze the correlation between psychological capital and work engagement of health workers in the EmergencyUnit at South Madiun District General Hospital, East Java, Indonesia.Methods: This researchemployed adescriptive method and an observational approach.Furthermore,the research design applied was cross-sectional,involving 18 health workers in the Emergency Unit consisting of 13 nurses and 5 doctors who wereselected using a total sampling technique. The data were obtained through questionnaires distributed to the respondents in the Emergency Unit. Result:Results showed that thecorrelation between psychological capital and work engagement had a positive value of n=15, (93.8%). Conclusion: It can beconcluded that there was a positive correlation between psychological capital and work engagement of health workers in the Emergency Unit at South Madiun District General Hospital, East Java, Indonesia. It is recommended for the hospital management to evaluate every health worker performance trimonthly and to monitor the psychological factors to support the achievement of performance targeted by the hospital director.

The Correlationbetween Psychological Capital and Work Engagement ofHealth Workers in anEmergency Unit of a General Hospital inIndonesia.

Amalia Putri Handayani; NyomanAnita Damayanti

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 5, Pages 622-628

Background:The success of an organization in providing healthcare service depends on the staff competencies in completing thegiventask. Somepsychological factors thataffect the service include personality, psychological capital, and work engagement. Psychological capital is a kind of attitude and behavior capital that plays anessential role in determining individual success, while work engagement is a constituentthat underlies the staff attitude. Aim: This study aims to analyze the correlation between psychological capital and work engagement of health workers in the EmergencyUnit at South Madiun District General Hospital, East Java, Indonesia.Methods: This researchemployed adescriptive method and an observational approach.Furthermore,the research design applied was cross-sectional,involving 18 health workers in the Emergency Unit consisting of 13 nurses and 5 doctors who wereselected using a total sampling technique. The data were obtained through questionnaires distributed to the respondents in the Emergency Unit. Result:Results showed that thecorrelation between psychological capital and work engagement had a positive value of n=15, (93.8%). Conclusion: It can beconcluded that there was a positive correlation between psychological capital and work engagement of health workers in the Emergency Unit at South Madiun District General Hospital, East Java, Indonesia. It is recommended for the hospital management to evaluate every health worker performance trimonthly and to monitor the psychological factors to support the achievement of performance targeted by the hospital director.

Employee Engagement As An Essential For Performance Of Teachers

DrNimisha Beri; Shivani Gulati

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 6439-6443

Dynamic work place environments require employee work engagement. Employee engagementrefers to the degree to which employees are focused on and present in their roles. In today’s competitive framework of work place environment employees may reach their cognitive and motivational limits and this may strain employees’ attentiveness and engagement.This paper reviews research studies on employee engagement and performance link. Work Culture of today in Educational Institutions requires active engagement of teachers which affects their performance.

THE EFFECTS OF WORK ENGAGEMENT AND JOB SATISFACTION ON PERFORMANCE OF NURSES IN SYEKH YUSUF REGIONAL HOSPITAL OF GOWA REGENCY

Ainan Raena Nas; Irwandy .; Suriah .

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 8, Pages 4407-4418

Performance is defined as the achieved work quantity and quality of an employee in performing job. Reliable and professional employee is realized to highly contribute improvement on performance. This corelational study (N=187) was undertaken to analyze the effects of work engagement and job satisfaction on performance of nurses in Syekh Yusuf Regional Hospital of Gowa Regency. The findings revealed that work engagement, represented by the dimensions of vigor, dedication, and absorption, contributed to the performance of nurses. Vigor demonstrated a full mediation to the relationship between work engagement and performance of nurses. Job satisfaction also contributed to elevate the performance of nurses. The study suggests to increase the morale of nurses, support to establish good superior-subordinate relationships, conduct training for helping increase creativity and innovative behavior.