Occupational Self-Efficacy for Mental Health Student Worker: A Preliminary Study

Nurtjahjanti, Harlina and Desiningrum, Dinie Ratri (2016) Occupational Self-Efficacy for Mental Health Student Worker: A Preliminary Study. In: ICOPH-TCD FKM.

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Background: Mental health problems may affects employee. Consequently, reduced productivity at work. Separate results and conclusion. Organization requires prospective employees who have healthy behavior in which consists of internal and external factors. One of those internal factors is occupational self-efficacy. Occupational self-efficacy is commonly defined as the belief in one’s capabilities to achieve a goal and solving the problem in workplace. The purpose of this study was to identify the factors that contributed to occupational self-efficacy among student workers of Balai Besar Pengembangan Latihan Kerja Semarang. Method: Focus group discussions were conducted with 49 student workers. Purposive sampling techniques were used to obtain the sample. The interviews were transcribed verbatim and analyzed using the framework method to identify key themes. Results: Research found the indicators of occupational self-efficacy, there are the ability to: plan the future which identified by having life goals, know our potential and being confidence; solved the problem which identified by knowing inside-outside obstacles and face the challenge; self adjustment which identified by being able to adapt with task and environment; planning future which identified by confidence in all life task and skill, also career planning which identified by have good teamwork and understand the factors of successful in worked. Conclusion: Five main themes were identified, which described factors student worker perceived to influence their occupational self-efficacy: the ability to plan the future, the ability in problem solving, the ability of adjustment, the confidence in the future success and the ability in career planning in the organization

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects:B Philosophy. Psychology. Religion > BF Psychology
Divisions:Faculty of Psychology > Department of Psychology
ID Code:51627
Deposited By:Ms Siti Yuanah Psikologi
Deposited On:14 Feb 2017 08:51
Last Modified:14 Feb 2017 08:51

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