The phenomenon related to the low psychological well-being of employees is often found in the workplace. External factors that influence psychological well-being at work, one of which is job demands. This research was conducted to find the role of obsessive passion as a mediator in the relationship between job demands and psychological well-being at work. Data collection was done by using self-report questionnaires. Research participants were 217 state-owned enterprises bank employees with a minimum requirement of a year working experience in that respective workplace. The method of data collection was accidental sampling. Research instruments, namely Psychological Well-Being at Work (2012) was used to measure psychological well-being at work, Questionnaire on The Experience and Evaluation of the Work and Technology Acceptance Model (2017) to measure job demands, as well as Passion Scale (2003) to measure obsessive passion. Hypothesis was tested and analyzed using Process Macro for SPSS which was developed by Hayes. The result shows that job demands are not significantly related to psychological well-being at wok (b = - .044, p>0.05), and job demands negatively affect the obsessive passion (b= - 1.96, p<0.05). In addition, obsessive passion negatively affects psychological well-being at work (b= - .192, p< .01). Further, this finding also described the role of obsessive passion mediates the relationship between job demands and psychological well-being at work (b= - .082, p> .05).
|Journal||Intuisi : Jurnal Psikologi Ilmiah|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|