Hubungan Reward dan Punishment Dengan Disiplin Kerja Pada Perawat RSUD Leuwiliang Tahun 2021

Relationship Between Reward and Punishment with Work Discipline for Nurses in Hospital


  • Purwanti RSUD Leuwiliang



relationship, reward, punishment, discipline


Introduction: Discipline is something that must be carried out by every organization because without the support of good nurse work discipline, it is difficult for companies to realize their goals. Discipline brings great benefits to nurses themselves and their workplaces. Discipline is very useful for nurses and effort to develop their abilities, both general and technical skills. Discipline is also very useful for improving the skills and abilities of nurses to support changes in the attitudes of nurses based on motivation to excel in an organization. Nurses can achieve effective performance if the organization or company pays attention to several other things outside of work discipline, namely rewards and punishments.

 Methods: This study used a quantitative research design with a cross-sectional method, with the population in this study being all nurses who were civil servants and served in the inpatient room totaling 52 people. Samples were taken using a total sampling technique where the entire population of nurses who had met the inclusion criteria was used as research samples.

 Results: It is known that out of 52 nurses, 42.3% feel they do not get rewarded, 23.1% of these nurses have low work discipline and 19.2% of them still have high work discipline. Based on the analysis results obtained p-value (0.000) below the value of (0.05), then H0 is rejected, which means that there is a significant relationship between reward and nurse work discipline. Next out of 52 nurses, 30.8% of them had received punishment, 17.3% of these nurses had low work discipline and 13.5% still had high work discipline. From the results of the analysis, the p-value (0.001) is below the value of (0.05), and then H0 is rejected. This means that there is a significant relationship between punishment and the work discipline of nurses.

 Discussion: Based on the results of the chi-square test, the p-value is less than 0.00 on both variables, which means that it can be concluded that there is a significant relationship between reward and nurse work discipline and punishment and nurse work discipline. In other words, the reward and punishment given to the nurse will affect the work discipline of the nurse.