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Articles 942 Documents
Effect of Communication and Work Discipline on Employee Performance at PT. Means of Agro Nusantara Medan North Sumatra (Head Tank Rental Services) Willy Yusnandar
Journal of International Conference Proceedings (JICP) Vol 4, No 2 (2021): Vol 4, No 2 (2021): Proceedings of the 10th International Conference of Project
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32535/jicp.v4i2.1288

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Human resources in an organization are an indistinguishable unit, since they play a part in fostering the capability of representatives to support the organization. The possibilities of workers will decide the accomplishment of the execution of exercises inside the organization. Given the significance of Human resources, each organization endeavors to engage the capability of representatives to accomplish most extreme execution. To accomplish greatest execution, the organization should have the option to make conditions that can urge and empower representatives to create and work on their capacities and abilities ideally. To accomplish this objective, organizations need to focus on correspondence and work discipline. The consequences of this review show that the factors of Correspondence (X1) and Work Discipline (X2) together have a positive and critical impact on Worker Execution (Y). The worth of assurance of the speculation utilizing Changed R Square = 0.526, which implies that 52.6% of the Representative Exhibition variable (Y) can be clarified by varieties in the Correspondence (X1) and Work Discipline (X2) factors and the leftover 47.4% are different factors that are not proposed in this review. this exploration.
The Effect of Leadership and Organizational Culture on Organizational Commitment (Studied in PT. PLN Control and Power Plant Unit Minahasa) Steven Set Xaverius Tumbelaka; Herningsih Sutri Lembong; Jessylistina Langie
Journal of International Conference Proceedings (JICP) Vol 2, No 2 (2019): Proceedings of the 4th International Conference of Project Management (ICPM) Man
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32535/jicp.v2i2.617

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The objective of this study is to analyze and explain the effect of variables leadership and organizational culture on organizational commitment. This type of research is quantitative associative aims to answer the hypothesis. The sample used in this study, are 46 permanent employees at PT. PLN (Persero) Control And Power Plant Unit Minahasa and used multiple regression data analysis. These study results indicate that the significance values of the two variables are, 0.001 for Leadership variable and 0.006 for organizational culture variable. These results provide the conclusion that the leadership variable has significant effect on organizational commitment variable, because the significance coefficient 0.000
Protection of Community Economic Rights in Mining Areas in North Sulawesi Cacelia Waha
Journal of International Conference Proceedings (JICP) Vol 1, No 2 (2018): Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference of Project Management (ICPM) Gor
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (19.162 KB) | DOI: 10.32535/jicp.v1i2.237

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Economic inequality of people in the mining area because mining investment activities are not beneficial in improving the welfare of the community. This is a serious problem that causes the occurrence of resistance and mining investment conflicts between investors and the surrounding community. The resistance was caused because the community was not involved in contracts made by mining companies with the local government. The community is always suspicious of contracts made related to mining exploration by foreign parties. The economic rights of the people in the mining area are not contradictory to the principles in Article 33 of the Constitution of 1945. The purpose of this study is to find a model for regulating the economic rights of communities in the mining area and a model of resistance prevention in the implementation of mining investment in North Sulawesi. By using a normative legal research method that is comprehensive both studies on aspects of the aspects of regulation and application in the field. With the use of this method, it is hoped that an appropriate formula will be found in addressing the continued occurrence of resistance in the form of community resistance to mining investment in North Sulawesi. Keywords: protection, community economic rights, resistance, mining
Area Development Strategy to Overcome the Slumps in RW 3 and RW 5, Polehan Village, Blimbing, Malang, Using IFAS and EFAS Matrix Analysis Leonardus Fasiusta Dhari
Journal of International Conference Proceedings Vol 3, No 4 (2020): Proceedings of the 8th International Conference of Project Management (ICPM) Mal
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32535/jicp.v3i4.1006

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The purpose of this study is determining significant factors to overcome slum areas using IFAS and EFAS matrix. IFAS (Internal Factor Analysis Summary) matrix was used to analyze internal factors, including strengths and weaknesses, and EFAS (External Factor Analysis Summary) matrix was used to analyze external factors in the research area. The methodological approach in this study was qualitative which is descriptive redundant. The research was conducted at slum area of RW III and RW V, Polehan Village, Blimbing District, Malang City. The data were collected by field observations, in-depth interviews, documentation and data triangulation. The results of the analysis showed that there was a reduction in the strength and weakness values which are -1.883 (negative) and the opportunity and threat values are 0.333 (positive). These values are in quadrant II of room D in the form of selective maintenance strategy. The formulated strategy is to improve the quality of human resources (HR) in handcrafting sector by increasing the intensity of training and adding home industries, joint fund management, savings and loans as capital for households to develop Small and Medium Enterprises and increase community participation in supporting planning activities as well as institutional activities.
Strengthening Using Type-V Bracing for Structural Integrity of Reinforced Concrete Frame Resists Earthquake Loads Made Sukrawa; I Gede Adi Susila; Aditya Permana Putra
Journal of International Conference Proceedings (JICP) Vol 2, No 1 (2019): Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference of Project Management (ICPM) Bal
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32535/jicp.v2i1.434

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Relatively new seismic code has been introduced in Indonesia (SNI 1726-2012) which affects old structures. Mostly, the existing structures does not meet the requirement of new regulation: overstressed. Therefore, it is important to strengthen reinforced concrete (RC) structure in order to meet the performance level and structural behaviour satisfied. In this study, the retrofitting method was performed by using a type V steel braces both external and internal settlement. Clearly, the advantage of braces is significantly increases lateral capacity where small amount of mass also invoked into the structures. Computer simulation using SAP2000 found that most of the structures have been overstress on its components, indeed reinforcement is necessary with braces. Nonlinear pushover analysis was performed on type-V braces with and without perimeter frames which reviewed structural performances. Evaluation of 3, 5, 8 and 10 storey structures designed under previous code and failures of structural components found after the most recent code to be implemented. Lateral load capacity and structural performance were observed to determine the capability dissipate earthquake energy that occurred in structural components with plastic joints distribution. Results of study provides comparison of behaviour and performance of each model. It found that the ultimate capacity of each model produced can increase base shear up to ± 150% larger compared to the existing structures. From pushover analysis, the curve of each model measured for performance level and it found to be set of the Operational (O), Immediate Occupancy (IO) and it has not been exceeded the Live Safety level (LS) as the result of structural strengthening using bracing. The bracing applied will provide a higher lateral capacity and minimum level of damage.
Disclosure of Wood Processing Industry Sustainability: Economic, Social, or Environment? Ajeng Ayu Selva Mutiara Dewi
Journal of International Conference Proceedings (JICP) Vol 5, No 3 (2022): 2022 BICAB International Conference Proceeding
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32535/jicp.v5i3.1743

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ABSTRACT Every activity of the companies has its own impact both for the companies and the surrounding environment. In this case, the companies are expected to be capable to properly implement corporate social responsibility to minimize the negative impact of their activities. This research was conducted to know the sustainability disclosures carried out by the companies on aspects of raw materials, biological diversity, wastewater, waste, as well as compliance with economic, social, and environmental aspects in accordance with the 2016 GRI Standards. This study applies a qualitative approach method with content analysis in which within its implementation is based on a statement according to certain criteria and is classified through keywords. The results of the study indicate that all observed companies have carried out disclosures based on the 2016 GRI Standards, although they are so undetailed and there are still several key words in aspects that have been unsubmitted by all the observed companies. Keywords: Disclosure, Sustainability, Economic, Social, Environment
ANALYSIS OF THE ONLINE LOGISTIC AND DISTRIBUTIONIN ONLINE SHOP (CASE STUDY: LAZADA AND SHOPEE) I.G.N.A.A. Bhakta Narayana; Jurisa Jonathan; Liem Gai Sin
Journal of International Conference Proceedings (JICP) Vol 1, No 1 (2018): Proceedings of the 1st International Conference of Project Management (ICPM) Mal
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Lots of online shops appeared these day, and they all have different methods and promotion in order to satisfy their customer. In Indonesia, there are some online shops that becomes Indonesian people’s favorite, two of them are Lazada and Shopee. These online shop uses online logistic in order to distribute products from manufacturer, which is the one who produce the product, to the end user, which is the customer. We conduct the analysis and comparing of the two online shops’ online logistic. The purpose of this paper is to understand the concept of online logistic and also to compare how Lazada and Shopee apply the theory of online logistic in their distribution. From the purpose, Lazada and Shopee’s information and up-to-date data are needed, and from there, comparing each other’s data in order to know which shop more consumers and good review has can be executed. After that, the authors will analyze the factors in both online shops that related to its logistics and distribution, then the conclusion and feedback that can be used by the online shops. To get the information about Lazada and Shoppee, there are two ways, search by the internet and interview with the customer of both shops. This way, the valid and concrete data can be achieved. Keywords: Analysis, Comparation, Distribution, Lazada, Online logistic, Shopee
Service Quality in The Public Service: A Combination of SERVQUAL and Importance-Performance Analysis Andina Liestyanti; Widhyawan Prawiraatmadja
Journal of International Conference Proceedings Vol 4, No 3 (2021): 2021 WIMAYA International Conference of Economics and Business
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32535/jicp.v4i3.1323

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This study aims to measure the quality of service obtained at The Provincial Office of the Indonesian FDA in Jakarta (BBPOM in Jakarta) through a survey with Front-Liner Employees (FLE) and customer perceptions of service quality. The study examines how closely customer service expectations match Front-Liner Employees' perceptions use SERVQUAL. The survey elicits customers' expectations of excellent public service and compares them to their perceptions of BBPOM in Jakarta. Additionally, the paper discusses a parallel SERVQUAL survey conducted on Front-Liner Employees, how effectively they understand their consumers' needs and how well their internal processes support the delivery of excellent public services. The findings reveal that there is a gap exists in meeting customer expectations. Importance-Performance Analysis (IPA) is a tool to decide the priority scale for each existing attribute's improvement efforts and the priority scale for current improvements. Based on the IPA of the discrepancy between customer expectations and employees' perceptions, attributes of tangibles dimension (T1, T2, and T3) are essential flaws that require immediate improvement. While the gap between customer expectations and their perception of the service obtained in IPA, attributes T1, RP4 and A1 need immediate improvement.
Understanding The Impact Of Social Empowerment Perception Toward Purchase Intention Of Social Enterprise Craft Products Salma Amalia Sulthanah
Journal of International Conference Proceedings (JICP) Vol 2, No 3 (2019): Proceedings of the 5th International Conference of Project Management (ICPM) Yog
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32535/jicp.v2i3.665

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Social entrepreneurship is an arising trend that exists as an alternative to the economy and helps fulfilling social needs that commercial entrepreneurs can’t fulfill. The research attempted to investigate the impact of social empowerment perception toward the purchase intention of craft products from social enterprise. There is an interesting finding that shows social empowerment perception has no significant influence on purchase intention in craft products of social enterprise. Rather, the labeling that explains the social cause and how products were made has strongest influence, followed by customer’s attitude on social enterprise and ecological perception on the product. Therefore, social entrepreneurs in Indonesia may be recommended to optimize products in those three aspects in order to influence purchase intention of customers
The Effects of Financial Awards, Work Environment, and Market Considerations: Work on Career Selection as a Public Accountant for Accounting Students (Study of State and Private Universities in Gorontalo Province) Imran Rosman Hambali; Ayu Rakhma Wuryandini; Sahmin Noholo
Journal of International Conference Proceedings (JICP) Vol 1, No 2 (2018): Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference of Project Management (ICPM) Gor
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (337.764 KB) | DOI: 10.32535/jicp.v1i2.269

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This study aims to identify factors of financial reward, work environment and labor market considerations for career choice as a public accountant for accounting students. This study has been conducted at public and private university in Gorontalo Province. The sample collection of this study has been done by using purposive sampling with the criteria all students is in seventh semester and has made an audit course. The amount of sample is based on purposive sampling about 157 respondents used. Data processing is conducted by using Multiple Linear Regression Analysis. The results of this study inditify that financial rewards have a positive but not significant influence on career choice as a public accountant, while the work environment and labor market considerations are have a significant positive influence on career choice as a public accountant. Keywords: financial rewards; work environment; labor market considerations; career choice of Public Accountant.

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