Kepuasan Kerja, Tret Optimistik, Keadilan Organisasi Dan Hubungannya Dengan Prestasi Kerja

Authors

  • Faudziah Yusof Fakulti Sastera dan Sains Sosial Kolej Universiti Islam Melaka
  • Nor Ba‘yah Abdul Kadir Fakulti Sains Sosial dan Kemanusiaan Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

Abstract

The study of optimism, organizational justice and job satisfaction and their relationships with job performance are gaining the attention of scholars in social sciences. This study examined the effect of optimism trait, organizational justice and job satisfaction on job performance; it has been carried out on 200 private sector workers around the Klang Valley. The study was conducted from September 2010 to February 2011. The Minnesota Satisfaction Questionnaire (MSQ) was used to measure job satisfaction, Revised Life Orientation Test (LOT-R) used to measure optimism, Organizational Justice Scale (OJS) used to measure organizational justice while performance appraisal measured using a Job Performance Assessments questionnaire adapted from Fatimah Wati Halim and Iran Herman (1997). Inter-correlation analysis results found that all variables showed moderately strong relationship. Job satisfaction was found to be strongly associated with the performance of work, followed by an optimism and organizational justice. Further analysis found that job performance can be predicted well by job satisfaction, optimism trait and organizational justice. Results of this study are consistent with previous studies.

Kajian tentang optimistik, keadilan organisasi dan kepuasan kerja dan perkaitannya dengan prestasi kerja semakin mendapat perhatian para sarjana sains sosial. Kajian ini meneliti tret optimistik, keadilan organisasi dan kepuasan kerja terhadap prestasi kerja telah dijalankan ke atas 200 pekerja swasta di sekitar Lembah Klang. Kajian ini dijalankan pada September 2010 hingga Februari 2011. Minnesota Satisfaction Questionnaire (MSQ) digunakan untuk mengukur kepuasan kerja, Revised Life Orientation Test (LOT-R) digunakan untuk mengukur tret optimistik dan Organizational Justice Scale (OJS) mengukur keadilan organisasi manakala penilaian prestasi kerja diukur menggunakan soalselidik adaptasi Penilaian Prestasi Kerja oleh Fatimah wati Halim dan Iran Herman (1997). Keputusan analisis inter-korelasi mendapati bahawa semua pembolehubah menunjukkan hubungan sederhana kuat. Kepuasan kerja didapati berhubungan dengan kuat terhadap prestasi kerja, diikuti oleh tret optimistik dan keadilan organisasi. Analisis selanjutnya mendapati prestasi kerja boleh diramalkan dengan baik oleh kepuasan kerja, tret optimistik dan keadilan organisasi. Keputusan kajian adalah selari dengan kajian lepas.

 

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