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KEYNESIA : INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ECONOMY AND BUSINESS
Published by Arka Institute
ISSN : 28297725     EISSN : 28297253     DOI : https://doi.org/10.55904/keynesia
1. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ECONOMICS; Monetary, Finance and banking, International Economics, Public Economics, Development Economics, Regional Economics. 2. MANAGEMENT SCIENCE; Marketing, Financial Management, Human Resource Management, Entrepreneurship, International Business. 3. ACCOUNTING SCIENCE; Public Sector Taxation and Accounting, Accounting Information Systems, Auditing, Financial Accounting Accounting, Management Behavioral Accounting.
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The Influence of Employee Wellbeing and Employee Resiliance on Innovation Work Behaviour Mediated by Work Climate in the Insurance Industry in DKI Jakarta Zeanette Tiarma Lisbet
Keynesia : International Journal of Economy and Business Vol. 2 No. 2 (2023): Keynesia : International Journal of Economy and Business
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This study aims to analyse the influence of employee wellbeing and employee resiliance on innovation work behavior mediated by work climate in the insurance industry in DKI Jakarta. The population of this study are all employees of companies who work in the essential sector of DKI Jakarta, especially in life insurance and general insurance companies. The sampling method used non-probability sampling with purposive sampling technique. the minimum sample size in this study was 250 respondents. The data analysis method used Structural Equation Model (SEM) analysis with the AMOS version 20 statistical program. Based on the test results it can be concluded that employee wellbeing does not had a positive effect on innovation work behavior. employee resilience had a positive effect on innovation work behavior. Furthermore, it is found that employee wellbeing and employee resilience had a positive effect on hybrid work climate, while hybrid work climate had no effect on innovation work behaviour. In testing the intervening hybrid work climate found that it can mediate the effect of employee wellbeing on innovation work behaviour. While the hybrid work climate cannot mediate the effect of employee resilience on innovation work behaviour on all employees of companies working in the essential sector of DKI Jakarta.
The Effect of Employer Attractiveness, Social Media Use and Business Sustainability on The Intention to Apply For A Job To Start-Up Companies Aprilia W Noviriani; Aman Wirakartakusumah
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Topics on employer attractiveness, social media use, and business sustainability on the intention to apply for a job especially to start-up companies. This research aims to analyze effect of employer attractiveness, social media use, and business sustainability on the intention to apply for a job especially to start-up companies in Greater Jakarta. The method research is multivariate data analysis model, including Partial Least Square Structural Equation Modelling (SEMPLS), which sample from 145 respondents in Greater Jakarta. The result shows that employer attractiveness has a positive and not significant effect on corporate reputation, social media use has a positive and significant effect on corporate reputation, business sustainability has a positive and significant effect on corporate reputation, and corporate reputation has a positive and significant effect on the intention to apply. For further research, academics can use the addition of other variables in subsequent studies that affect the corporate reputation variable and the intention to apply variable. In addition, research on future topics can also be studied in state-owned companies and government institutions. Another suggestion for further research is to use other sampling techniques, such as stratified random sampling or also use systematic random sampling so as to produce more varied respondents.
The Effect of Gender Diversity and Ownership Structure on Company Reputation with Corporate Social Responsibility as Mediator Julianto Manihuruk; Augustina Kurniasih
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Company reputation is highly important to be considered by banking management as it can influence investors' perception of the company, which ultimately affects the company's value. This study aims to analyze the influence of gender diversity and ownership structure on corporate reputation, with corporate social responsibility (CSR) as a mediating variable. The research adopts a quantitative approach and falls under the category of explanatory research. The population for this study consists of all banking companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange during the observation period from 2017 to 2021. The sampling method used is non-probability sampling with a purposive sampling technique. The path analysis method is used as a data analysis technique in research using the IBM SPSS program. The research finds that managerial ownership has a significant positive impact on CSR, while gender diversity and public ownership do not affect CSR. Furthermore, gender diversity and CSR are found to have a significant positive impact on corporate reputation, whereas public ownership does not impact corporate reputation. In this study, CSR plays a mediating role in the relationship between gender diversity and managerial ownership with corporate reputation. However, CSR does not mediate the influence of public ownership on corporate reputation.
Revealing Factors Affecting Supply Chain Performance of Food and Beverage PT. Sriboga Marugame Indonesia Evita Tri Handayani; Dedi Fardiaz
Keynesia : International Journal of Economy and Business Vol. 2 No. 2 (2023): Keynesia : International Journal of Economy and Business
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Studies related to SCM have been conducted, but the relationship between competitive advantage and supply chain performance remains to be determined today, and the explanation of to what extent information technology affects competitive advantage within the supply chain needs to be clarified. This study intends to research how supply chain performance influences the logistics performance and company performance of PT. Sriboga Marugame Indonesia as an F&B company. This study uses a quantitative approach with an explanatory design with PT Sriboga Marugame Indonesia employees as the population. The saturated sample technique was used as the population of 97 respondents was limited and could be reached by the researcher. The data analysis method uses PLS-SEM with Smart PLS program version 3.2.9. The research finds that both supply chain management and logistic performance have a significant effect on organizational performance. Moreover, information technology moderates the relationship between supply chain management and organizational performance. However, the impact of logistic performance on organizational performance was unaffected by information technology. The outcome of this study will help PT Sriboga Marugame Indonesia management to enlighten more about the benefit of Information Technology advancement, especially in supply chain management and logistics.
Sustainable Practices and Company Performance in Restaurant Business at PT XYZ: The Moderating Role Of Supply Chain Visibility Irwan Darmawan; Aman Wirakartakusumah
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The study was conducted to see the effect of sustainable practices and company performance on the restaurant business at PT XYZ: the moderating role of supply chain visibility. The population of this study is managerial level employees who work in PT XYZ restaurants located in Jabodetabek. Furthermore, the sample approach used is non-probability sampling, with the sampling strategy used in this study is purposive sampling. In this study, the minimum sample size used was 102 respondents. Then the method used in this research is the Partial Least Square (PLS) approach in Structural Equation Modeling (SEM). The results showed that sustainable procurement practices have a positive and significant effect on company performance. Then sustainable manufacturing practices have a positive and significant effect on company performance. Furthermore, supply chain visibility cannot moderate sustainable procurement and sustainable manufacturing on company performance in the restaurant business.

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