Employee Engagement Lecturer UIN STS Jambi

Khalik, A. and Musyaffa, A.A and Fadhil, Muhammad (2020) Employee Engagement Lecturer UIN STS Jambi. Journal of Seybold Report, 25 (9). pp. 3940-3946. ISSN 1533-9211

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Abstract

Abstract -The quality of higher education is largely determined by the Human Resources (HR) for lecturers who work at the University. Lecturers have a very large share in developing the three tridharma of higher education. The role of lecturers is sometimes counterproductive to job descriptions and not in line with the university's vision and mission. One reason is that they are busy working outside the campus, looking for other projects in accordance with their fields of expertise, so this has an impact on the decline in performance in higher education. Departing from these problems, it is important to describe how employee engagement, namely in the form of a high emotional and intellectual attitude towards an employee or worker who is fully aware of their attachment to their work or duties as well as being loyal and committed to the institution where they work. This research uses a quantitative method through a cross sectional approach through a survey method that aims to find out the description of Employee Engagement lecturers at STS Jambi State Islamic University. The research population was 102 lecturers at the Jambi State Islamic University consisting of 11 Faculties, with the inclusion criteria of permanent lecturers (PNS) at Jambi University and nonPNS or contract lecturers. The technique used is purposive sampling. The data collection tool is the Employee Engagement scale. The study was conducted in August-December 2019 at the STS Jambi State Islamic University. The analysis used is regression analysis and analysis of variance. The results of this study can be concluded that employee engagement compared among age groups, years of service, academic positions, ethnicity, marital status is the same. This means that there is no difference in employee engagement based on the categories above. More specifically, there is no difference in employee engagement with the sexes of men and women. Based on the latest education category is also equivalent, there is no difference in employee engagement with STRATA 2 and STRATA 3. Likewise there is no difference in employee engangement between lecturers of Civil Servants (PNS) and lecturers with Non PNS status. Keywords: Employee engangement, UIN Jambi

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Subjects: 300 Ilmu Sosial
300 Ilmu Sosial > 302 Interaksi Sosial, Hubungan Antar Personal
Divisions: Fakultas Tarbiyah dan Keguruan
Depositing User: Fakultas Tarbiyah dan Keguruan
Date Deposited: 16 Oct 2020 06:51
Last Modified: 16 Jul 2021 01:54
URI: http://repository.uinjambi.ac.id/id/eprint/4902

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