Edward Kurnia Setiawan Limijadi , Suliyanto Suliyanto , Wiwiek R. Adawiyah , Ahmad Fajri
International Journal of Engineering, Business And Management(IJEBM), Vol-3,Issue-6, November - December 2019, Pages 93-96 , 10.22161/ijebm.3.6.1
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This study analyze the influence of self-protection, handling infectious materials, and health of employees and the most influence of independent variable to work productivity in the laboratory of regional public hospital (a case at RSUD Prof. Dr. Margono Soekardjo Purwokerto). This study is a survey of employees in the laboratory of RSUD Prof. Dr. Margono Soekardjo Purwokerto. The total sample had been done with 44 subjects. Primary data were taken by distributing questionnaires of self-protection (X1), infectious materials handling (X2), employee health (X3), and work productivity (Y). The secondary data were obtained in relation to research which is the number and characteristics of laboratory employees, work productivity indicators, and others. Data collection by questionnaire used 1 to 7 Likert scale, interview and observation. Reliability and validity tests for the questionnaire, the conversion of ordinal into interval according to succesive interval methods, the classic assumption test, multiple regression analysis, F test, t test, and elasticity were done by statistical analysis. The result shows that Coefficient of determination is 74,2%, means 74,2% of work productivity in the laboratory are influenced by independent variables in this study. Independent variables jointly affect work productivity in the laboratory, Fcount > Ftable. Independent variables partially affect work productivity in the laboratory, tcount> ttable (X1=6,993>1,96; X2=2,704>1,96; X3=4,082>1,96). Self protection is the most influence on work productivity in the laboratory with the elasticity of 0,483. Based on the results, determinant factors were affected to work productivity, and self protection is the most influence on work productivity in laboratory.