Peran Conscientiousness sebagai Moderator dari Hubungan Job Resources dan Work Engagement Karyawan Information Technology (IT) pada PT. X

Winoto Sugiarto, P. Tommy Y. S. Suyasa, Daniel Lie
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Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk melihat peran dari conscientiousness sebagai moderator hubungan antara job resources dan work engagement yang ada pada PT. X khususnya pada unit kerja Information Technology (IT). Karyawan IT yang bekerja menunjukkan work engagement yang rendah, indikatornya adalah semangat, dedikasi dan kekhusyukan yang rendah terhadap pekerjaan. Partisipan diambil dari 72 karyawan IT yang terdiri dari developer dan support di PT. X. Teknik sampling menggunakan probability sampling. Pengambilan data dilakukan dengan cara menyebarkan kuesioner Utrecht Work Engagement Scale (UWES), Job-Demands Resources Questionnaire, dan NEO PI. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa job resources berelasi positif terhadap work engagement. Relasi positif antara job resources dan work engagement tidak berbeda antara partisipan yang memiliki conscientiousness tinggi dan partisipan yang memiliki conscientiousness rendah pada dimensi coaching dan opportunity for development. Namun peran conscientiousness sebagai moderator hubungan antara job resources dan work engagement terlihat pada dimensi feedback, social support dan autonomy.

Keywords: work engagement, job resources, conscientiousness, moderator, karyawan IT

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work engagement, job resources, conscientiousness, moderator, karyawan IT

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