PRINSIP PREPOTENT NEEDS HIERARCHY MASLOW DAN HUBUNGANNNYA DENGAN KINERJA SERTA KEPUASAN KERJA

Ivan A. Setiawan(1*),

(1) STIE STAN Indonesia Mandiri, Bandung
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


Maslow's needs hierarchy theory of motivation is a theory that has great appeal, but very
controversial given the lack of empirical support. This study examines the principle of a
prepotent needs hierarchy Maslow and also link it to performance, and assess the relationship of
performance and job satisfaction. Subjects were 81 nurses. Analysis technique using the average
and static analysis to measure the prepotent principles, as well as path analysis to examine the
relationship among variables. The results show that the principle of prepotent less empirical
support. In conjunction with the performance, social and self-esteem has a positive relationship
with performance. Security, autonomy, and self-actualization do not have a significant
relationship with performance. As for performance, in turn, has a positive relationship with job
satisfaction.

Teori motivasi needs hierarchy Maslow merupakan teori yang memiliki daya tarik besar namun
penuh kontroversi mengingat kurangnya dukungan empiris. Studi ini secara sederhana mengkaji
prinsip prepotent needs hierarchy Maslow dan menghubungkannya dengan kinerja, serta
mengkaji hubungan kinerja dengan kepuasan kerja. Subjek adalah 81 perawat. Teknik analisis
menggunakan rata-rata dan static analysis untuk mengukur prinsip prepotent, serta analisis jalur
untuk mengkaji hubungan antar variabel. Hasil pengujian menunjukkan bahwa prinsip prepotent
kurang memperoleh dukungan empiris. Dalam hubungannya dengan kinerja, social dan selfesteem
memiliki hubungan positif dengan kinerja. Adapun security, autonomy, dan selfactualization
tidak memiliki hubungan signifikan dengan kinerja. Kinerja, pada gilirannya,
memiliki hubungan positif dengan kepuasan kerja.


Keywords


prepotent, needs hierarchy, kinerja, kepuasan kerja

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24123/jmb.v12i1.9

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