Conflicts Factor and Stress Related to Health Problems of Official Employees
Keywords:Stress, health broblems, work relationship, official employees
Objective: The objectives of this research were to 1) measure frequency of conflicts in the work detail,
behavior, work relationship, and work stress, 2) study the relationship between conflicts in the organization
factors of work detail, behavior, work relationship, and work stress, 3) analyze the work stress related to
health problems, and 4) analyze the ability to explain the variation of conflicts in the organization on work
detail, behavior, work relationship, work stress toward health problems.
Methods: The sample was 132 official employees collected by simple random sampling. The research
referred to a quantitative technique that analyzed data using descriptive statistics, inferential statistics,
Pearson’s product-moment correlation coefficient, chi-square, and multiple regression analysis.
Results: The research proved that the majority often conflicted in work detail, behavior, work relationship,
which their work relationship was an aspect that the respondents conflicted the most. The results revealed
that conflicts in work detail, behavior, and work relationship were related to work stress, which also
affected health problems. The variable of work stress can predict health problems accounted for 53%. Work
relationships can explain the variation of health problems estimated at 52% at the significance level of 0.05.
Conclusion: This research can effectively implement conflict management and develop a good relationship
in the organization.
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