ANALISIS ANTISEDEN KINERJA GURU SEKOLAH MENENGAH ATAS NEGERI TERAKREDITASI A DI KOTA BATAM



Robby Kurniawan(1*)

(1) Universitas Internasional Batam
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


This research was conducted to find out things that can improve the performance of educators. The performance of the educators is significant in order to be able to provide good teaching to students. For the last ten years review on scientific articles obtained that free variables in this study such as training, work stress, leadership, motivation and job satisfaction.

Respondents used as samples and the research objects are educators which a civil servant in State High Schools with “A” accredited title in Batam. The method used in this research is non probability sampling, namely the purposive sampling method. Analysis of the questionnaire using the SPSS statistical program version 22. The results showed that on improving educators performance there are 5 variables that affect as follows; job satisfaction, motivation, training, leadership and work stress


Penelitian ini dilakukan untuk mengetahui hal yang mampu meningkatkan kinerja tenaga pendidik. Kinerja dari tenaga pendidik merupakan hal penting agar dapat memberikan pengajaran yang baik kepada peserta didik. Kajian artikel ilmiah yang dilakukan dalam kurun waktu sepuluh tahun terakhir didapatkan variable bebas dalam penelitian ini yaitu pelatihan, stress kerja, kepemimpinan, motivasi dan kepuasan kerja.

Responden yang dijadikan sampel dan objek penelitian yaitu tenaga pendidik dengan status ASN pada Sekolah Menengah Atas (SMA) Negeri yang berstatus akreditasi A di Batam. Metode yang digunakan dalam penelitian ini yaitu non probabilitas sampling yaitu dengan metode purposive sampling. Penganalisaan kuisioner menggunakan program statistic SPSS versi 22. Hasil penelitian menunjukan bahwa dalam meningkatkan kinerja guru terdapat 5 variabel yang mempengaruhi yaitu kepuasan kerja, motivasi, pelatihan, kepemimpinan dan stress kerja.



Keywords


Job satisfaction; motivation; training; leadership; work stress; performance

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