Factors Related To the Motivation of the Work of the Implementing Nurse in the Hospital
Soe p, Palulungan KK, Tajmiati A, Limbong T, Nurjay a, Bahruddi n and Agussali m
Published on: 2021-03-16
Based on World Health Organization (WHO) data, the number of nurses worldwide in 2011 was 19.3 million nurses. in Indonesia is included in the 5 countries with the lowest motivation of health workers, in addition to Vietnam, Argentina, Nigeria, and India, this is due to the lack of labor seen from the level of welfare fulfillment. This study aims to find out the factors related to the motivation of the work of the implementing nurse in the hospital inpatient room BLUD RSUD Kota Bau-Bau. This type of research is using quantitative type with descriptive analytical research design through cross sectional approach. Sampling techniques in this study were conducted by random sampling method, as many as 33 respondents and their research instruments using questionnaires. The results of the study were analyzed using the Chi-Square test obtained p, 0.05 (p<α). This shows that there is a relationship of salary satisfaction factors, environmental conditions and interpersonal relationships with the motivation of the work of implementing nurses in the Hospital.