The Influence of Motivation and Workload on Employee Performance in Hospital

Tiara Putri Ryandini, Mokhamad Nurhadi

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Introduction: Improved hospital performance can improve employee performance. The better employee performance, the more services provided to patients Employee performance is influenced by work motivation. The purpose of this study was to analyze the effect of motivation on employee performance. Methods: This research uses a quantitative descriptive design with a cross-sectional approach. The number of respondents in this study was 79 employees. Data were analyzed using correlation analysis. Motivation is assessed by questionnaire and performance evaluation uses observation sheets. Results: Employee motivation and performance are included in the high category (82.3%) and (92.4%). There is a significant influence between motivation on employee performance (r = 0.775 p (0, 00) <0, 05). The effect of intrinsic motivation (r = 0.737) is stronger than extrinsic motivation (r = 0.325). There is the influence of sub-variable responsibility (p = 0.032), recognition (p = 0.002), work performance (p = 0.007), career development (p = 0.000), work (p = 0.016), promotion (p = 0.029)) working conditions (p = 0.001) on employee performance. Conclusions: Overall there is a strong influence on the work motivation of hospital employees. Work motivation still needs to be maintained and improved for better employee performance.


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employee performance; extrinsic motivation; intrinsic motivation; workload

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