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Analysis of the effect of nutritional status, workload and work period on worker productivity

  • Merry Sunaryo ,
  • Ratna Ayu Ratriwardhani ,


Introduction: Worker productivity measures quantity and quality in specific units to produce outputs efficiently. Low labor productivity is one of Indonesia's biggest issues. In these times of constant change, rising economic conditions, and increased dominance of the market economy system, there is an increase in fierce competition between businesses operating in similar industries. The rise and fall in labor productivity are influenced by various variables, including those at work, the environment, and personal issues. This research aims to identify the variables that influence employee productivity.    

Method: This research's methodology employs cross-sectional observational research with quantitative approaches. The participants in this study were employees of PT. Z in Samarinda, with a sample size of 45 participants.

Result: The study's findings point to several variables impacting employee productivity. PT. Z. According to the analysis, productivity is determined by workload, working time, and nutritional status. It is evident from the significance value's findings, which have a value of 0.05.

Conclusion: Workloads that are above the employee's capabilities, working hours, and irregular nutritional state can impact the degree of productivity. Implementing fit-to-work policies, a healthy diet, regulating the workload, and obtaining enough rest are some examples of the modifications that must be made to increase workers' productivity.


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Sunaryo, M., & Ratriwardhani, R. A. . (2023). Analysis of the effect of nutritional status, workload and work period on worker productivity. Bali Medical Journal, 12(3), 2774–2777.




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