Jurnal EMPLOYEES’ WELL BEING IN A PUBLIC SECTOR: AN UTILITARIAN PERSPECTIVE (A CASE STUDY OF THE INDONESIAN MINISTRY OF LAWS AND HUMAN RIGHT)

Jurnal EMPLOYEES’ WELL BEING IN A PUBLIC SECTOR: AN UTILITARIAN PERSPECTIVE (A CASE STUDY OF THE INDONESIAN MINISTRY OF LAWS AND HUMAN RIGHT)

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Son, Windra Laksana
  

(2018)

EMPLOYEES 'WELL BEING IN A PUBLIC SECTOR: A PERSPECTIVE UTILITARIAN (A CASE STUDY OF THE INDONESIAN MINISTRY OF LAWS AND HUMAN RIGHT).

    S2 thesis, UAJY.
  

  

Abstract

Utilitarianism is one of the greatest philosophical ground for our recent
economic idea. The ideas of utilitarianism have been applying on organization
with many terminologies, such as happiness, pleasure, satisfaction, well-well
being, etc. This research discovering employees' perception on well-being in the
utilitarian's framework. Qualitative research was applied in this research,
applying semi-structured in-depth interviews. Additionally, QDA Miner Lite was
applied to code written-documented data from the interviews. The findings
indicated that happiness issues on work were very essential for enhances
employees' well being. These happiness include extrinsic and intrinsic rewards.
Extrinsic rewards covered many aspects such as better office, verbal praise, raise
in salary, public recognition, bonus, promotion, etc. In other side, intrinsic
rewards covered opportunity, growing knowledge, self actualization and
meaningful work. Although happiness was most valuable value for employees'
well-being, there are opposite experiences avoided by many employees, they
were unjustice treatment, discipline and sanction, bad office, risk at work, take
over one's obligation which is pain or suffering experience. All of these
experiences in the workplace modified employees' happiness that would describe
by views of employees' well being on their perception.

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