HUBUNGAN ANTARA KERJA FLEKSIBEL DAN PRESTASI KERJA DALAM KALANGAN PENSYARAH DI UNIVERSITI TUN HUSSEIN ONN MALAYSIA

Authors

  • Nuredlin Diyana Parni Sekolah Pembangunan Sumber Manusia dan Psikologi, Fakulti Sains Sosial dan Kemanusiaan, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Johor Bahru , Johor
  • Zulkilfi Khair Sekolah Pembangunan Sumber Manusia dan Psikologi, Fakulti Sains Sosial dan Kemanusiaan, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Johor Bahru , Johor

Abstract

Amalan kerja fleksibel semakin penting dan popular kini. Kajian ini dilakukan untuk mengenal pasti hubungan antara kerja fleksibel dan tahap prestasi kerja dalam kalangan pensyarah di UTHM. Objektif utama bagi kajian ini ialah untuk mengenal pasti tahap fleksibel kerja, prestasi kerja dan melihat hubungan antara kerja fleksibel dan prestasi kerja. Kaedah pengumpulan data bagi kajian ini dilakukan menggunakan soal selidik dan melibatkan seramai 72 ahli pensyarah di Fakulti Kejuruteraan Awam dan Alam Sekitar, UTHM. Menggunakan kaedah persampelan yang terbahagi kepada tiga peringkat iaitu pensampelan kluster, pensampelan rawak berstrata dan pensampelan rawak mudah. Data yang diperoleh dianalisis menggunakan Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS) versi 21.0. Hasil analisis yang diperoleh menunjukkan bahawa tahap kerja fleksibel di tempat kajian pada tahap tinggi manakala nilai tahap bagi prestasi kerja di tempat kajian adalah tahap tinggi. Berdasarkan dapatan analisis korelasi Pearson, kedua-dua pemboleh ubah mempunyai signifikan yang lemah. Kedua-dua pemboleh ubah mempunyai hubungan signifikan yang positif pada tahap lemah.

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