ANALISIS PENGUKURAN BEBAN KERJA MENTAL TERHADAP KINERJA GURU SMP NEGERI DENGAN SISTEM PEMBELAJARAN ONLINE SEKOLAH SELAMA PANDEMI COVID-19

Premono, Furqon Adi (2021) ANALISIS PENGUKURAN BEBAN KERJA MENTAL TERHADAP KINERJA GURU SMP NEGERI DENGAN SISTEM PEMBELAJARAN ONLINE SEKOLAH SELAMA PANDEMI COVID-19. Undergraduate thesis, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember.

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Abstract

Pandemi Covid-19 menyebabkan guru bekerja secara work from home (WFH). Hal ini merupakan hal baru bagi guru dan tidak pernah disiapkan sebelumnya, sehingga guru perlu melakukan penyesuaian dalam melakukan aktivitas kerjanya. Terdapat perbedaan dalam bekerja secara normal dengan bekerja secara WFH. Bekerja secara WFH akan lebih sulit untuk melakukan komunikasi antara guru dan murid, sehingga guru memiliki beban ekstra dalam melakukan pekerjaannya. Pada penelitian ini, akan dilakukan pengukuran beban kerja pada guru SMP Negeri di Wilayah Kota Jember. Metode perhitungan beban kerja yang digunakan yaitu secara kuantitatif menggunakan M-FTE (Modified-Full Time Equivalent) dan secara kualitatif/subjektif dengan metode NASA-TLX dan RSME. Pada penelitian ini responden dengan kriteria tertentu akan diminta untuk mengisi kuesioner dari metode M-FTE, NASA-TLX, dan RSME secara online melalui aplikasi zoom meeting. Selanjutnya mendapatkan kategori beban kerja dengan melakukan kombinasi antara metode kuantitatif dan kualitatif. Berdasarkan hasil perhitungan ketiga metode yang digunakan dan setelah dilakukan kombinasi antara ketiga metode tersebut, didapatkan hasil mayoritas guru pada kondisi WFH mengalami kondisi kerja dengan kategori beban kerja overload. Berdasarkan hasil kombinasi ketiga metode tersebut diberikan rekomendasi untuk memberikan pelatihan penggunaan metode bekerja secara online serta membuat buku panduan untuk mempermudah sistem dan cara kerja guru selama masa WFH.
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The Covid-19 pandemic causes teachers to work from home (WFH). This is something new for the teacher and has never been prepared beforehand, so the teacher needs to do his job. Found differences in working normally with WFH. Working on a WFH basis will make it more difficult to communicate between teachers and students, so that teachers have an extra burden in doing their work. In this study, the workload measurement of State Junior High School teachers in the City of Jember will be carried out. The workload calculation method used is quantitative using M-FTE (Modified-Full Time Equivalent) and qualitatively / subjectively using the NASA-TLX and RSME methods. In the research, respondents with certain criteria will serve to fill out questionnaires from the M-FTE, NASA-TLX, and RSME methods online through the zoom meeting application. Then get the workload category by combining quantitative and qualitative methods. Based on the results of the calculation of the three methods used and after the combination of the three methods was carried out, the results obtained from the teacher in WFH conditions experienced working conditions with excessive workload categories. Based on the results of the combination of the three methods, recommendations are given to provide training on the use of online working methods as well as create a manual to simplify the system and how teachers work during the WFH period.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Beban kerja, WFH, Modified-Full Time Equivalent, NASA-TLX, RSME. Workload, WFH, Modified-Full Time Equivalent, NASA-TLX, RSME
Subjects: T Technology > T Technology (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Industrial Technology and Systems Engineering (INDSYS) > Industrial Engineering > 26201-(S1) Undergraduate Thesis
Depositing User: Furqon Adi Premono
Date Deposited: 02 Mar 2021 03:30
Last Modified: 02 Mar 2021 03:30
URI: http://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/83147

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