Hubungan Antara Psychological Capital dengan Work Life Balance pada Karyawan Generasi Milenial

Widyanari, Tesha and Haryanti, Kristiana Hubungan Antara Psychological Capital dengan Work Life Balance pada Karyawan Generasi Milenial. Faculty of Psychology Soegijapranata Catholic University.

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The rapid development of digital technology in today's industrial era provides convenience, but there are also obstacles that need to be faced, including in the field of human resources. Employees who have high work productivity need a balance between work and personal life (work life balance). Individual internal characteristics, one of which is psychological capital that needs to be built so that individuals tend to get things done optimally. Psychological capital can be an important factor to achieve work life balance. Millennial generation employees are more interested in work life balance than generation X or baby boomers. This research was conducted to test empirically the relationship between psychological capital and work life balance. The characteristics of the respondents were represented by 84 employees of PT. X in Yogyakarta based on certain requirements (purposive sampling). Data collection is done through scale distribution. This type of research is quantitative research. The measurement of the work life balance variable uses the work life balance scale consisting of 17 items. The measurement of psychological capital variables uses a positive psychological capital scale consisting of 23 items. Test the validity and reliability using the Cronbach's Alpha technique. Normality test using the Shapiro Wilk technique. The correlation test used is the Spearman's Rho technique. The results of the study show that there is a positive and significant relationship between Psychological Capital and Work Life Balance. The results of this study can be a suggestion for employees and companies to increase psychological capital to achieve work life balance

Item Type: Article
Subjects: 100 Philosophy and Psychology > 150 Psychology
Depositing User: Ms Theresia Alvita Saraswati
Date Deposited: 18 Mar 2024 05:47
Last Modified: 18 Mar 2024 05:47

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