EFFECT OF WORK STRESS, WORK LOADS AND COMPENSATION ON WORK SATISFACTION IN THE PRESIDENTIAL SECRETARIAT FOR ADMINISTRATIVE AFFAIRS, MINISTRY OF STATE SECRETARIAT OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA

Authors

  • Sarton Sinambela, Dwi Purwanto

Abstract

        This research discuss an issue of how Work Satisfaction can be improved within the Presidential Secretariat for Administrative Affairs, Ministry of State Secretariat of Republic of Indonesia. The purpose of this study is focused on knowing and explaining the Effects of Work Stress, Work Loads and Compensation on Work Satisfaction. The method used in this research is descriptive and survey methods with a population size of 101 people and a total sample of 81 people. The data analysis method used is the SPSS (Statistical Package for the Social Science)The results showed that: (1) Work Stress had a significant negative effect on Employee Work Satisfaction, with a t-statistic of -10,326 and a beta coefficient of -0,850. (2) Work Loads has a significant negative effect on Employee Work Satisfaction, with a t-statistic of -2.662 and a beta coefficient of -0.190. (3) Compensation has a significant positive effect on Employee Work Satisfaction, with a t-statistic of 2.827 and a beta coefficient of 0.176. (4) Work Stress, Work Loads and Compensation together have a significant effect on Work Satisfaction with a magnitude of influence of 74.2%.

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Published

2020-12-01

How to Cite

Sarton Sinambela, Dwi Purwanto. (2020). EFFECT OF WORK STRESS, WORK LOADS AND COMPENSATION ON WORK SATISFACTION IN THE PRESIDENTIAL SECRETARIAT FOR ADMINISTRATIVE AFFAIRS, MINISTRY OF STATE SECRETARIAT OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 7694-7711. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/2148