The Effect of Work Engagement on Nurse Performance at Makassar City Hospital

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Nurul Hidayah Nur
Hamka Hamka
Nurannisa Yuliana


Performance is the result or achievement achieved by employees in carrying out their duties and responsibilities. This study aims to analyze the effect of work engagement on the performance of nurses in Makassar City Hospital. This type of research is a quantitative research using an observational study with a cross sectional study design. Sampling used total sampling so that the sample in this study were all nurses in Makassar City Hospital, amounting to 179 respondents. The results showed that there was an effect of Work Engagement based on the Vigor dimension, Dedication dimension, Absorption dimension with the performance of nurses in Makassar City Hospital. Therefore, it is hoped that the hospital management will pay attention to work engagement in order to increase the morale of nurses, leaders are more responsive and provide support to their subordinates in order to create a good relationship between superiors, management conducts training to the head of the room and to employees who can help improve creativity and innovative behavior of employees.


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Nur, N. H., Hamka, H., & Yuliana, N. . (2022). The Effect of Work Engagement on Nurse Performance at Makassar City Hospital . Journal of Asian Multicultural Research for Medical and Health Science Study, 3(1), 10-17.


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