Damarsari Ratnasahara Elisabeth
Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Ekonomi Mahardhika

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ANTESEDEN KINERJA KARYAWAN: REWARD, PUNISHMENET DAN PENGAWASAN Joko Suyono; Damarsari Ratnasahara Elisabeth; Wahyu Eko Pujianto; Ayu Lucy Larassaty
Publisher : Universitas Nahdlatul Ulama Sidoarjo

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.55732/unu.gnk.2022.04.1.2


This research was conducted at an outsourcing company in Surabaya with the aim of knowing the effect of reward, punishment and supervision both simultaneously and partially on employee performance, and also to find out which variable among reward, punishment and supervision variables has a dominant effect on employee performance. The population in this study were employees of outsourcing companies in Surabaya as many as 72 people. The sampling technique used was total sample, meaning that the entire population in this study was taken as sample. While the data collection technique used a questionnaire with a Likert scale with five answer choices. The method of analysis used multiple linear regression analysis. The results of the study indicate that reward, punishment and supervision simultaneously affect employee performance simultaneously and partially. Punishment has a dominant effect on employee performance.
Increasing Financial Efficiency and Employee Performance through Work From Home - Work From Office Work Method Implementation Strategies: A Conceptual Framework for Future Research Agenda Joko Suyono; Arasy Alimudin; Damarsari Ratnasahara Elisabeth; Sukaris Sukaris; Novi Darmayanti
Atestasi : Jurnal Ilmiah Akuntansi Vol. 7 No. 1 (2024): March
Publisher : Pusat Penerbitan dan Publikasi Ilmiah, FEB, Universitas Muslim Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.57178/atestasi.v7i1.795


This research aims to investigate the impact of integrating Work From Home (WFH) and Work From Office (WFO) work methods on organizational financial efficiency and employee performance. The study employs a systematic literature review methodology to synthesize relevant theoretical frameworks and empirical evidence. The findings reveal that the strategic implementation of WFH-WFO integration can lead to significant improvements in both financial efficiency and employee performance. Key determinants of successful implementation include robust technological infrastructure, managerial support, and a conducive organizational culture. Theoretical implications highlight advancements in organizational theories, behavioral theories, and management theories, while managerial implications underscore the importance of strategic planning, investment in technological infrastructure, cultivation of organizational culture, promotion of employee well-being, training and development initiatives, and performance measurement and evaluation. Overall, this research provides actionable insights for organizations seeking to optimize financial efficiency and employee performance through the strategic integration of WFH-WFO work methods.