Document Type : Articles

Authors

1 Student, Department of Library and Information Science, Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia

2 Associate Prof., Department of Library and Information Science, Universitas Airlangga, Indonesia.

3 Senior Librarian, Perpustakaan Tun Abdul Razak, University Technology MARA, Malaysia.

Abstract

This study focuses on workstations, work postures and employee job satisfaction in the Brawijaya University Library. This study aims to determine the influence of workstations and ergonomics work posture on employee job satisfaction in the library. The research method used quantitative approach. The sampling technique is total sampling with a total of 45 library staffs from 5 department in the library. This study uses multiple linear regression analysis techniques. The results of the study there is influence of workstations and ergonomic work posture to employee job satisfaction with the t test value for both variables are 2.899 > 2.018 and 3.050 > 2.018 respectively. Based on the results of the R2 test that has been carried out above, the results of the R test of this study are the Workstation variable (X1), Work Posture (X2), simultaneously having an effect of 0.674 or 67.4% on the Job Satisfaction variable (Y). This means that the independent variable provides 67.4% of the information needed to predict and explain the variation of the dependent variable. While 32.6% is influenced by other factors or variables that are not examined.

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