Employee Working Motivation Development Post Organizational Changes (Case Study at Female Prison Class IIA East Jakarta)

Fatimah Malini Lubis, Moch. Asmawi, Billy Tunas


This research was conducted to find out working motivation development among employees post organizational changes. This research uses qualitative method with case study approach; using purposive and snowball sampling applied to define the informants. Informants of this study are employees at female prison class IIA East Jakarta. The research result found working motivation development among employees post organizational changes through 1) employee recognition; with the motto of Directorate General of Corrections with Work, Work and Work, culture of recognition is becoming important in fostering employee motivation, 2) family support; prison employees needs great supporting from their family to motivate them to worked confident through work life balance (WLB) as balancer in working and family life, if this conduction achieved thus the organization is able to achieve its objectives,  and 3) cultural intelligent leadership; diversity is coming from employee, inmates and environment will handled by head of prison with capability of cultural intelligent (CQ) as mandatory capability for future leaders.

Keywords: work motivation, organizational changes, employee recognition, family support, intelligent leadership.

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