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Title: Impact of social support, psychological capital, and workplace spirituality to employee engagement at company
Authors: Alviyanti Herlina
Abdul Mujib
Keywords: employee engagement;social support;modal psychologis;workplace;spirituality
Issue Date: Apr-2017
Publisher: Fakultas Psikologi UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta
Abstract: All companies expect their employees better in terms of work performance, able to adapt to changes in the working environment, able to adapt the organizational culture so that employees are able to commit the company to achieve its goals. In other words, companies need a lot of employees are tied to the company.This study was conducted to determine the effect of social support, psychological capital, and workplace spirituality to the company's employee engagement. The total population of 280 employees of PT Tunas Jaya Makmur Abadi and sampled 266 employees of production taken using purposive sampling technique.The results showed that the four dimensions of social support (a real support, information support, emotional support, and implicit support) not significant effect on employee engagement, three-dimensional psychological capital (self-efficacy, optimism, and resilience), two dimensions of workplace spirituality (inner life and belonging to a community) that significantly influence employee engagement. Researchers hope the implications of this study can be reviewed and could be developed in future studies. For example, by adding other variables related to employee engagement that may have a bigger impact on employee engagement.
ISSN: 2656-0011
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