Increasing Gratitude For Female Teachers Through Aspects Of Work-Life Balance And Religiosity

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Itryah . Asmadi Alsa . Akif Khilmiyah


How big is the role of the variables that make up work-life balance and the dimensions of religiosity also play a role in the gratitude of female teachers? The relationship of gratitude for favors with work-life balance obtained by humans refers to that the best way that must be taken by humans is trying to balance life, between the spiritual dimension and the physical dimension, balance between worldly affairs and the hereafter and balance other affairs. Because the life experience of everyone who works is different, on the one hand, humans sometimes experience changes in emotions, as well as fluctuating faith. He has a sense of gratitude, but when faced with problems in his personal life and work, his sense of gratitude begins to wane. The meaning of gratitude, which is understood by each teacher, has a broad meaning, based on the experience of each individual in living his life. We conducted research on a number of female teacher participants totaling 509 people. The data collection method used in this study is a quantitative approach, with a work-life balance scale, a religiosity scale and a gratitude scale. It was found that there is a role for each variable that forms work-life balance (time balance, involvement balance and satisfaction balance) to play a joint role in being grateful for female teachers. The increase in the gratitude of working women, especially female teachers, lies in the fulfillment of work-life balance and religiosity aspects. The higher the fulfillment of the balance of life, the higher the value of religiosity in realizing gratitude. The implication of the novelty of this research is that increasing the gratitude of female teachers can be done by increasing work-life balance and religiosity, especially aspects of the balance of satisfaction and dimensions of religious practice.

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