Dukungan Sosial, Efikasi Diri dan Resiliensi Pada Karyawan yang Terkena Pemutusan Hubungan Kerja

Mochammad Rizki Aziz, IGAA Noviekayati

Abstract


This study aimed to determine the relationship between social support and self
efiaksi to employees affected by layoffs. The hypothesis of this study is that there is a
relationship between social support and self-efficacy of employees affected by layoffs.
This study was conducted on employees affected by layoffs at Semple number 70 using
random sampling techniques. Data collected through scale social support, self-efficacy
scale and scale resilience of employees affected by layoffs. Data were analyzed with
regression analysis showed a significant correlation between social support and selfefficacy
with the resilience of affected employees dismissal from work, there is a
relationship hypothesis (F Reg = 126 126 p = 0.000). Furthermore, the hypothesis that
social support and resilience of employees affected by layoffs no relationship (Reg F =
4.667 p = 0.495), whereas self-efficacy with the resilience of the employees affected by
layoffs no relationship (Reg F = 4.994 p = 0.517)
Keywords : Resilience, Social Support, Self Efficacy


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.30996/persona.v5i01.742

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