Irma Adnan


This article is written based on the research about the relationship between personality types and circadian types and attitude towards shiftwork. The aim of this research is to find relationship between personality types and circadian types and attitude towards shiftwork. The analysis method that's being used is correlation and regression methods. By using this analysis, the relationship between the variables and the influence of each variable can be estimated. The population of this research is the employee of production department of SC company that use shiftwork system. The result of this research indicates that personality type and attitude towards shiftwork has a significant relationship as well as circadian types and attitude towards shiftwork


evening type, extravert, introvert, morning type, shiftwork

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