RELATIONSHIP OF LEADER SUPPORT WITH EMPLOYEE WORK ACHIEVEMENT AT SEI SUKA DISTRICT PUSKESMAS SEI SUKA BATU BARA DISTRICT 2019
Keywords:Puskesmas, Leadership Support Relationships, Employee Work Performance
Background: The national health system is essentially an order that reflects the efforts of the Indonesian people to increase their ability to achieve health status. Puskesmas is a leading health service organization unit that provides comprehensive and integrated health services to the community. Human resource management is a planning, organizing, coordinating, implementing, and supervising the procurement, development, provision of remuneration, integration, maintenance, and separation of workers in order to achieve organizational goals. One way to improve resource management is leadership support for outstanding employees.
Purpose: This study aims to determine the relationship between leadership support and employee performance at the Sei Suka Health Center, Sei Suka District, Batu Bara Regency in 2019.
Method: This research was conducted cross sectional with data collection method (questionnaire). Each group with an age range of 20-30 years, 31-40, 41-50, 51-60 was given a questionnaire to fill out. Determination of the relationship between leadership support and employee performance can be seen from the results obtained after filling out the questionnaire, then the data is analyzed using the chi-square test.
Results: The results obtained that the most respondents in the category of good leadership support as many as 16 people (48.5%) had poor work performance and the least was good leadership support 2 people (6.1%) had good work performance after being tested with the chi test square can be seen that the value of Significancy p value = 0.003 (P <0.005) which shows that the relationship between leadership support and employee performance is significant.
Conclusion: there is a significant relationship between leadership support and employee performance.
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