Remuneration, Job Satisfaction, and Performance of Health Workers During the COVID-19 Pandemic Period at the Dr. Soetomo Hospital Surabaya, Indonesia

Joni Wahyuhadi, Nur Hidayah, Qurratul Aini

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Abstract

Purpose: One of the hospital management issues that has not been studied much during the COVID-19 Pandemic is the relationship between health workers’ performance, job satisfaction and remuneration. This study aims to examine the relationship between remuneration, job satisfaction and the employee performance during 2019–2021. Materials and Methods: This study applied an employee satisfaction survey at a General Academic Hospital between 2019–2021. The population and samples were 716 employees. The data collection were based on the personnel database, remuneration database, and the annual Employee Satisfaction Survey Database for the period 2019–2021 at General Academic Hospital of Dr. Soetomo, Surabaya, Indonesia. Results: The results of the correlation test between Employee Satisfaction, Remuneration, and Performance based on employee performance objectives showed an insignificant positive correlation between the remuneration variable and satisfaction based on The Job Itself; very weak significant positive correlation between remuneration variable and Satisfaction based on Pay; a very weak significant positive correlation between the remuneration variable and Satisfaction based on Promotion; very weak significant positive correlation between remuneration variable and satisfaction based on supervision; significant positive correlation between remuneration variable and satisfaction based on coworkers; There is a significant positive correlation between remuneration and performance variables. Conclusion: The correlation between remuneration and employee satisfaction based on the Job Description Index shows that the components of the job itself, and coworkers have a positive but not significant relationship, while the components of pay, promotion, and supervision have a positive and significant relationship. Employees satisfaction with performance achievement have a positive and significant relationship, especially job satisfaction based on pay and supervision, but there is also a positive and insignificant relationship related to job satisfaction based on the job itself, promotion, and co-workers.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)701-711
Number of pages11
JournalPsychology Research and Behavior Management
Volume16
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2023

Keywords

  • hospital
  • job description index
  • management
  • remuneration
  • satisfaction

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