Global Advanced Research Journal of Management and Business Studies (ISSN: 2315-5086) June 2016 Vol. 5(7), pp 172-177

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Influence Workload, Work Ethic and Job Satisfaction toward Teacher’s Performance (Study of Islamic-based School in Makasar- Indonesia)

Muh Akob

Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Ekonomi Makassar YPBUP (STIEM BONGAYA), Jln. Andi Mappoudang 28 Makassar - IndonesiaPhone: 0411- 873797 (K) - 0411-8115777 (R), 081 625 6071 (HP)

Accepted 02 July 2016


Abstract 

This study aims to demonstrate empirically the effect of partial and simultaneous Workload, Work ethics and satisfaction on Teacher Performance.  Population and the study sample was 57 teacher performance of Islamic-based School in Makasar - Indonesia. Technique of sampling used in this study using a questionnaire method of data collection. The results showed that the workload is located in the High category amounted to 44.12%, in the category of work ethic is lower by 41.18%, teacher job satisfaction is at a low category of 47.06% and Teacher Performance located in category worse by 41.18%. Direct and indirect influence on the whole are as follows: the effect of variable workload (X1) of 33.64%, Work ethics (X2) is 17.95%, job satisfaction (X3) of 27.30% so that the total effect of X1, X2 , X3 to Y is equal to 78.89%. Based on the results of this study concluded that the effect of a very large workload on teacher work ethics and job satisfaction, which in turn will influence the performance of the execution of the work. However, there are other factors that affect the performance of which allows future research to examine these factors. 

Keywords: workload, work ethics, satisfaction, performance









 








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