Facets of Motivation, Attitude, and Non-Physical Fatigue with Work Productivity in Colleges

Facets of Motivation, Attitude, and Non-Physical Fatigue with Work Productivity in Colleges

  • Marianus Subandowo , Universitas PGRI Adi Buana, Surabaya. Indonesia

ABSTRACT

This study attempts to describe the features of motivation, attitudes, and non-physical weariness with work productivity in tertiary institutions. This research uses the content analysis method. Content analysis is a technique that academics can use to indirectly examine human behavior through communication such as textbooks, essays, newspapers, novels, magazine articles, music, advertising visuals, and all sorts of communication that can be analyzed. From the studies that have been done, it can be concluded: First, motivation variables greatly affect job satisfaction. Employees will be driven owing to various aspects, including an exciting and difficult job, an atmosphere that gives trust (trust), makes them personally responsible for the results, and is involved in the organization’s growth and development. Second, attitude is a statement or evaluative judgment regarding items, people, or events, and work attitudes might affect lecturers’ performance in higher education. Third, tensions can injure the body. If this happens, there will be irreversible harm to the body, resulting in non-physical exhaustion. Fourth, lecturer work productivity is the achievement of all the lecturer’s potential by utilizing the resources they have about time, quantity, and quality in carrying out their tasks carrying out the tri dharma of higher education

Keywords: Facets of motivation, attitude, non-physical fatigue, work productivity