THE EFFECT OF WORKLOAD AND JOB CHARACTERISTICS ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE THROUGH WORK-SCHOOL CONFLICT AS MEDIATION VARIABLE

Ade Setyowati, Mafizatun Nurhayati
2020 Dinasti International Journal of Digital Business Management  
This study aims to examine and analyze the effect workload and job characteristics on employee performance through work-school conflict as a mediating variable for employees who are continuing their graduate studies. The research method uses quantitative approaches. The sample selection is done by using Hair Methodl, namely by multiplying 5-15 with indicators (60 indicators), so sample obtained by 300 employees who are continuing their graduate studies in Jakarta. The technique of collecting
more » ... ue of collecting data uses a questionnaire. Data were analyzed using SEM-PLS 3.0.The result showed that wokload had a positive and significant effect on work-school conflict, but no effect on employee performance. Job characteristics had a positive and significant effect on employee performance, but no effect on work-school conflict. Work-school conflict had negative and significant effect on employee performance. In addition, work-school conflict had full mediated work load on employee performance, but no effect mediating for characteristics to employee performance
doi:10.31933/dijdbm.v1i1.119 fatcat:wlsdkyuhhvcw3dzxmxizue6soe