EFFICACY TRAINING AS AN EFFORT TO INCREASE EMPLOYEE JOB ENGAGEMENT IN REVIEW OF EMPLOYMENT STATUS
Purpose — This study aims to determine the influence of self-efficacy training on employees 'job engagement while distinguishing employees' job engagement based on employment status for a similar field of work on employees of PT. Telkomunikasi Indonesia, Tbk in Surabaya.
Design/methodology/approach — The research method that was used was comparative studies and designed using experimental design techniques (experiments). Sampling taking is done through the cluster sampling technique, which is taking two sample groups of employees. Research samples were taken from 60 respondents.
Findings — This study indicates that the results of the independent t-test before being enforced on permanent and contract employees have a higher average job engagement value compared to permanent employees, with the same level of self-efficacy. After getting self-efficacy training employees, the value of T = -52.006 and P = 0,000 (p <0.05) prove the existence of significant changes in employee work involvement after obtaining efficacy training. For contract employees, the value of t = -56.542 and p = 0,000 (p <0.05) proves that employment contracts experience significant changes after receiving self-efficacy training for employees. The correlation coefficient value still explains that efficacy training has a relationship with a work engagement of 74.8%, with a 56% effective contribution to job engagement. For employee contracts the correlation coefficient value of 93.5%, which means the relationship between efficacy and work involvement is very strong, with the value of determination which proves the efficacy of 94.8% has an effect on increasing the work involvement of contract employees.
Practical implications — To improve employee job engagement, a company can hold efficacy training both for permanent and contract employees.
Originality / Value -. Efficacy Training Has Impact or Influence on Job Engagement which is distinguished from employment status.
Keywords — Efficacy Training, Job Engagement, Employment.
Paper type — Research Paper
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