EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT: AS A MEDIATOR OF THE SHIP CREW’S WORK EFFECTIVENESS

Authors

  • Prasadja Ricardianto, Lira Agushinta, Reza Fauzi Jaya Sakti, Erni Pratiwi Perwitasari, Yuni Praktino

Abstract

This study aims to examine the effect of transformational leadership style, compensation, work-life balance, and employee engagement on the ship crew’s work effectiveness. Some of the problems identified in work effectiveness are based on direct interviews with the ship crew and also his direct supervisor, such as; lack of punctuality, lack of punctuality when using personal protective equipment in accordance with, in a sailing trip, it is still difficult to report many difficulties encountered, the International Safety Management Code is not very well understood, and periodic supervision is less effective. The research is done toward 290 ship crew using a sampling technique of the entire population of 1,050 ship crew on seven ship anchored at the Port of Tanjung Priok, Jakarta. The data analysis in this study uses the analysis method of Structural Equation Model. The result of this study shows that transformational  leadership style, compensation, work-life balance and employee engagement directly and positively influence the work effectiveness. In novelty, this study found findings based on the results of hypothesis testing, there were differences in the research methods, dimensions and indicators used, the results of the test there is a direct relationship between research variables, there are differences in the causal structure. Novelty on endogenous variables, namely the effectiveness of ABK work which is influenced by the four variables with exogenous and intervening variables directly and indirectly.

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Published

2020-12-01

How to Cite

Prasadja Ricardianto, Lira Agushinta, Reza Fauzi Jaya Sakti, Erni Pratiwi Perwitasari, Yuni Praktino. (2020). EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT: AS A MEDIATOR OF THE SHIP CREW’S WORK EFFECTIVENESS. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 7016-7042. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/1978