Pengaruh Technostress Sebagai Faktor Mediasi Ketergantungan Teknologi Terhadap Produktivitas Kerja Perguruan Tinggi Swasta Bidang Informatika Di Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta
Dedy Ardiansyah 26 Januari 2017 Manajemen Informatika

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Abstract Since the agreement on the establishment of a single market in Southeast Asia by ASEAN leaders, or better known as the Asean Economic Community (AEC) in effect at the end of 2015, the future competition of labor will be intense because not only occur among college graduates in Indonesia. Private Higher Education (PTS) will produce graduates informatics degree in informatics and computer science in its implementation is dependent upon the most current technology. Qualified graduates and competitiveness can not be separated from their service was quite good and professional of the staff in the academic field, which includes leadership, professors and employees. A good academic services that meet the standards is the provision of education, following the development of technologies, policies and rules of the Directorate General of Higher Education. The development of these technologies requires the academic staff to be able to follow and should have the ability to use it. This raises the dependence of the academic staff of the technology so that work productivity can be done well. The conditions and rapid technological change can also bring stress to technology (technostress). Thus technostress can affect the technological dependence of the academic staff with the level of labor productivity. Based on the importance of a good job productiviy as one factor in producing quality graduates to be competitive in the labor market, the researchers developed a research previously undertaken by Tarafdar, (2007) and Shu, (2011) , This study analyzes the influence stress on technology (technostress) that mediate the dependence on technology and job productivity, using an evaluation model Partial Least Square (PLS) based on measurement predictions that have non-parametric nature of the academic staff of the Private Universities (PTS) in the region of Yogyakarta. The results showed that the first, for the academic staff of Private Universities (PTS) on science informatics clumps in the region of Yogyakarta, the dependence of technology affect the technostress level. Second, the technostress level relationships inversely with job productivity. Keywords: Dependence Technology, Technostress, Job Productivity

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