Sugeng Karyadi
Universitas Lambung Mangkurat

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Application of Heuristic Evaluation Method to Evaluate User Experience and User Interface of Personnel Management Information Systems to Improve Employee Performance Fatkhuri; Donny Dharmawan; Wenny Desty Febrian; Sugeng Karyadi; Indra Sani
Jurnal Informasi dan Teknologi 2024, Vol. 6, No. 1
Publisher : SEULANGA SYSTEM PUBLISHER

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.60083/jidt.v6i1.466

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This research aims to determine the level of user satisfaction with using SIMPEG application and evaluate the user interface design to improve the user experience. The research was conducted using qualitative methods. Researchers decided to involve as many as 100 participants in this research. To collect data and information based on system requirements, researchers collect data using observation, interviews, questionnaires, and literature studies. In designing the evaluation at application, researchers used a user-centered design approach and the heuristic evaluation method. Based on the research results, it was found that in the UCD approach, it often experiences bugs and errors, whereas in application there is no mobile application available, which aims to make it easier for employees to access the application anywhere and anytime. It is currently only available on a web basis. The UCD approach shows that the application has uses and functions that meet employee expectations with an average percentage of 70%, falling into the attractive category. The end result of the UCD approach emphasizes the importance of clearly understanding users and providing better user experiences. Meanwhile, the HE approaches helps identify problems with the application and focuses attention on usability issues in the HE aspects. In an effort to improve the quality of the user interface (UI) and user experience (UX) in application, the evaluation that has been carried out shows that improvements need to be focused on the appearance and use of the application.
Analysis Of The Influence Of Leadership, Non-Physical Work Environment And Compensation On Performance Of Workers In National Construction Company Dwi Budi Srisulistiowati; Ratih Pratiwi; Sugeng Karyadi; H.M.Anwar; Loso Judijanto
JEMSI (Jurnal Ekonomi, Manajemen, dan Akuntansi) Vol. 9 No. 6 (2023): Desember 2023
Publisher : Sekretariat Pusat Lembaga Komunitas Informasi Teknologi Aceh

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35870/jemsi.v9i6.1736

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The aim of this research is to investigate the potential significant effects of compensation, non-physical work environment, and leadership on employee performance. Every individual involved in this research is employed. In this study, one hundred samples were used. In this study, the researchers used observations, interviews, and questionnaires to gather data. In this study, hypotheses are tested using multiple linear regression analyses. Multiple linear analysis employed the t, F, and coefficient of determination tests (R2). The information gathered and the analysis performed with a multiple linear regression model allow for the drawing of the following conclusions: The compensation variable has a significant impact on worker performance, at least partially. Employee performance is influenced by non-physical work environment variables to a somewhat significant extent. The leadership variable has a somewhat significant impact on employee performance. Employee performance is significantly impacted by leadership, non-physical work environments, and compensation considerations all at the same time.
Analysis Of The Influence Of Minimum Wages, Central-Regional Transfer Cost Allocation And Fiscal Decentralization On Regional Income Inequality Indra Ismayudi Tanjung; Rahmat Al Hidayat; Sugeng Karyadi; Lalang Saksono; Odih Sumirat
JEMSI (Jurnal Ekonomi, Manajemen, dan Akuntansi) Vol. 10 No. 1 (2024): Februari 2024
Publisher : Sekretariat Pusat Lembaga Komunitas Informasi Teknologi Aceh

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35870/jemsi.v10i1.1890

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In any nation, income disparity is a crucial issue for development. The disparity in income distribution is the primary cause of income inequality. The increasing income disparity is a sign of the growing inequality in the allocation of income in society. The authors of this study aim to investigate how income inequality is affected in the regencies and cities of one of provinces minimum wage in Indonesia, central-local transfer cost allocation, and fiscal decentralization. The Fixed Effect Model (FEM) approach is used in this study's panel data analysis. The author's analysis indicates that while there is no significant association between income inequality and fiscal decentralization, there is a substantial relationship between income inequality and the allocation of central-regional transfer costs and the minimum wage. Income inequality is significantly impacted by fiscal decentralization, minimum wage, and central-regional transfer cost allocation.
Analysis Of The Influence Of Spiritual Capital, Motivation And Work Competencies On Performance Of Human Resource In Smes Sector Balla Wahyu Budiarto; Wulandari; Sugeng Karyadi; Loso Judijanto; Wenny Desty Febrian
JEMSI (Jurnal Ekonomi, Manajemen, dan Akuntansi) Vol. 10 No. 1 (2024): Februari 2024
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35870/jemsi.v10i1.1906

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This study uses competence as a moderating variable in SMEs to assess and evaluate the impact of motivation and spiritual capital on SME performance. Primary and secondary data, gathered from 100 respondents, were used in this study. Path analysis is used to process the data after the non-probability sampling methodology using purposive sampling method was used in this study. The study's findings suggest that, in structure I, spiritual capital and motivation play a major role in competence. Competency is not significantly impacted by motivation at the same time as it is by spiritual capital. The elements of competence, spiritual capital, and motivation have a big impact on success in structure II. The results of the Adjusted R Square analysis of the coefficient of determination (R2) in structure I show that the combined effect of spiritual capital and motivation is 75%, with other variables influencing the remaining. The results of the analysis of the coefficient of determination (R2) in structure II show an Adjusted R Square of 60%, indicating that other factors have an influence on the remaining 40% of the effect, which is the simultaneous influence of competence, spiritual capital, and motivation.
Analysis Of The Influence Of Compensation And Working Environment On Loyalty In American Fast Food Restaurants Employees Yusuf Ronny Edward; Sugeng Karyadi; Sitti Usmia; Donny Dharmawan; Ngurah Pandji Mertua Agung Durya
JEMSI (Jurnal Ekonomi, Manajemen, dan Akuntansi) Vol. 10 No. 1 (2024): Februari 2024
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35870/jemsi.v10i1.1924

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Determining and analyzing how pay and work environment affect employee loyalty is the goal of this study. In this investigation, a saturation sampling strategy was employed. There were one hundred employees in the sample for this study. This study employed both primary and secondary data collection methods. Armature or questionnaire procedures were utilized to collect primary data for this study. Documentation and literature reviews are the data sources for this study. This study employed a quantitative descriptive analytical approach that involved doing tests for data quality, classical assumptions, and hypotheses. Various findings can be derived from the research conducted, including the following: characteristics related to the work environment have a partial impact on employee loyalty. The relationship between employee loyalty and salary is not entirely linear. Compensation and aspects of the work environment have a simultaneous impact on employee loyalty.
Measuring the Role of Leadership Style and Decision Making in Creating Performance Ris Akril Nurimansjah; Donny Dharmawan; Ratnawita Ratnawita; Loso Judijanto; Sugeng Karyadi
International Journal of Economics Development Research (IJEDR) Vol. 5 No. 2 (2024): International Journal of Economics Development Research (IJEDR)
Publisher : Yayasan Riset dan Pengembangan Intelektual

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37385/ijedr.v5i2.4720

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This study aims to investigate the influence of leadership style and decision-making on the performance of employees at Dealer Honda Semarang Center. Employing a quantitative methodology and survey approach, the study selected participants through proportional random sampling, resulting in a sample size of 71 responses. Data analysis was conducted using SPSS version 26, employing multiple regression, t-test, and F-test techniques. The findings revealed positive regression coefficients for both decision-making (X2) and leadership style (X1) variables in relation to performance (Y), indicating a beneficial impact on performance. Specifically, leadership style (X1) demonstrated a partial influence on performance, while decision-making (X2) showed a significant impact. The study concludes that both leadership style and decision-making variables collectively account for 43.5% of the variation in performance, with the remaining percentage attributed to unexplored factors.