Vol 8 (2020): Educational and Psychological Conference in the 4.0 era
Articles

The Relationship between Self Efficacy and Job Satisfaction in Disabled Workers at PT. Maspion 1
Hubungan antara Self Efficacy Dan Kepuasan Kerja Pada Pekerja Cacat Di PT. Maspion 1


Trisnasari Dyta
Universitas 17 Agustus 1945 Surabaya, Indonesia
Published July 3, 2020
Keywords
  • self efficacy,
  • job satisfaction,
  • disabled worker
How to Cite
Dyta , T. (2020). The Relationship between Self Efficacy and Job Satisfaction in Disabled Workers at PT. Maspion 1. Proceeding of The ICECRS, 8. https://doi.org/10.21070/icecrs2020453

Abstract

This study aims to test empirically whether there is a relationship between self efficacy and job satisfaction in disabled workers at PT. Maspion Unit 1 Sidoarjo. Self efficacy in question is a motivator in the individual about the beliefs owned to organize and display the actions needed to succeed in completing tasks owned by workers with disabilities. Self-efficacy has a close relationship with work processes in employees. Based on the work process carried out by workers with disabilities owned self-efficacy will have an impact on job satisfaction both related to themselves and with the company.This research was conducted on disabled workers in PT. Maspion Unit 1 Sidoarjo as many as 56 people, consisting of 23 female subjects and 33 male subjects. Based on the age of the research subjects categorized from the age of 33 years - 54 years. And based on the work period of research subjects ranging from 13 years to 16 years of work. Data collection tool in the form of a Likert scale questionnaire, which consists of two measuring devices, namely a self efficacy measuring device consisting of 30 items and a job satisfaction measurement consisting of 54 items. Based on the analysis of research data, the correlation between self-efficacy and job satisfaction among workers with disabilities is 0.005 and p is 0.371; correlation between self efficacy and job satisfaction in disabled workers. This shows that there is a significant correlation between self efficacy and job satisfaction among disabled workers at PT. Maspion Unit 1 Sidoarjo.

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