Demographic Factors Role in Forming Counter-productive Work Behavior of Education Personnel (Study at Private Universities in Padang City)

Ice Kamela, Zeshasina Rosha


This study aims to analyze demographic factors role (gender, age, education and work experience) in forming the counterproductive behavior of education personnel in Private Universities in Padang City, namely Bung Hatta University, Baiturrahmah University and Muhammadyah University. The sample in this study is the Education Personnel in 3 Private Higher Education institutions totaling 100 participant. Collecting data using a questionnaire, the method used to analyze the data is descriptive statistical analysis: Independent Sample T test and Anova test. The results showed: (1) counterproductive behavior of female education personnel tends to be higher than that of men, (2) the age range of 21-25 years is higher in counterproductive behavior than other age ranges, (3) the work period is 1-3 years higher behavior counterproductive from other work periods, (4) Diploma level education is higher in counterproductive behavior than other levels of education. In addition, it was also found that there were no counterproductive behavioral differences from gender, age, tenure and level of education. Higher Education Managers are advised to: provide opportunities and scholarships to continue their education, implement reward and punishman systems, provide training especially for young people and their work experience is still low, improve supervision and enforce discipline for all education personnel.

Keywords: gender, age, years of service, education, counterproductive behavior

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