Hubungan antara Ethical Organizational Culture dengan Burnout: Peran Mediasi Managerial openness

Puji Gufron Rhodes(1*), Alice Salendu(2),

(1) Universitas Indonesia
(2) Universitas Indonesia
(*) Corresponding Author


Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menganalisa peran managerial openness sebagai mediator pada hubungan antara ethical organizational culture dan burnout pada karyawan di Organisasi XYZ sebagai salah satu institusi pemerintah Indonesia yang bergerak di bidang keuangan. Penelitian dilakukan pada 113 karyawan di Organisasi XYZ dengan menggunakan metode self-report survey. Penelitian dilakukan dengan melakukan proses adaptasi kepada 3 instrumen yang digunakan, yaitu: ethical organizational culture diukur dengan mengadaptasi skala CEVMS – Short Form (CEVMS-SF) milik DeBode dkk (2013), dengan jumlah 32 item dan memiliki nilai reliabilitas 0,89; burnout diukur dengan mengadaptasi 9 item Bergen inventory (BBI-9) dari Feldt dkk (2014), dengan nilai reliabilitas 0,91; dan managerial openness diukur dengan mengadaptasi skala dari Ashford dkk (1998), dengan jumlah 6 item dan reliabilitas 0,75. Pada penelitian ini didapatkan bahwa managerial openness berhasil memediasi secara parsial hubungan antara ethical organizational culture dengan burnout dengan nilai BootLLCI= 0,02 dan BootULCI= 0,12. Artinya, ethical organizational culture melalui managerial openness memiliki peran yang besar dalam menghambat pembentukan burnout pada karyawan di organisasi.


Burnout, Etichal Organizational Culture, Managerial openness.

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