The Impact Of Job Demands And Job Resources On Employee Work Engagement In The Industrial Area Of Bonded Zone North Jakarta
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This study aims to examine and analyze the effect of job demands and job resources on employee work engagement, both directly and indirectly. The subjects of this study were garment industry employees of the production division in the industrial area of Bonded Zone, North Jakarta, Indonesia where at this time there is often an imbalance between job demands and job resources which results in low work engagement from employees, thus disrupting the survival of the company. The respondent data used are 350 people. The sampling technique used is probability sampling. The analysis tool of this research is to use Structural Equation Modeling using the AMOS software tool.Based on the results of the analysis that has been done, this study has a negative relationship between job demands and employee work engagement, a positive relationship between job resources and employee work engagement, a negative relationship between job demands and job resources, and a significant relationship between job demandsand employee work engagement through job resources. The findings of this study have implications for the importance of managing job demands balanced with further job resources for developing strategies and developing human resources in corporate environments in the garment industry to achieve high employee work engagement.
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