The Importance of Workload Analysis for the Well-Being of An Organization Wednesday, 16 February 2022 on 1:59pm

The Importance of Workload Analysis for the Well-Being of An Organization

SEAMEO BIOTROP took an initiative to hold a Workshop on Evaluating Workload Mechanisms and Preparing Employee Formation of the 7 SEAMEO Centers in Indonesia.  In preparing for this workshop, SEAMEO BIOTROP invited the Directors and Deputy Directors of Administration of the 7 SEAMEO Centers in Indonesia to discuss about the importance of workload analysis for the Well-Being of an organization.

In his opening remarks, Dr Zulhamsyah Imran, the Director of SEAMEO BIOTROP stated that workload analysis is important for evaluating the work performance of the employees in an organization in accordance with the visions, missions and targets of the organization. The work performance is valued based on the main tasks and functions of each employee in an organization. Workload analysis can detect whether an organization has unbalanced work performance of the employees or not, which situation should then be improved to attain balanced work performance for each employee in the organization. Furthermore, the required number of employees for an organization in order to effectively and efficiently achieve the organization’s goals will also be determined based on the workload analysis.

In this discussion, Mr Sukma Kamajaya, MM was the resource person. He shared his experience in conducting workload analysis at SEAMEO BIOTROP in 2021.  The definite data of the workshop was determined unanimously to be at the 16th and 17th of February 2022. (sis).

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