IOSR Journal of Business and Management (IOSR-JBM)

Volume 7 - Issue 5

Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : The Influence of Competence and External Motivation Factor toward Teachers Working Performance in Jayapura – Papua Indonesia
Country : Indonesia
Authors : H. Muhammad Arifin, Economic Faculty
: 10.9790/487X-0750107      logo

Abstract: This research shows that there are some positive and significant impacts between external motivation i.e. basic salary, job allowance, personal competence, academic job promotion and competence toward teachers' working performance in Jayapura, Papua Indonesia. Although all five independent variables have positive and significant impact on dependent variables. Partially, the impact of the all five independent variables on dependent variable (teacher performance indeed still very poor). Seeing this result, the governments need to give more attention through satisfying compensation which can enhance the teachers' creativity so their performance would be improved as well. If this can be enhanced based on the teachers' need, then they would have broader chance to develop themselves either in education enhancement, skills, or their responsibility in doing their job.
Keywords: basic salary, job allowance, personal competence, academic job promotion and competence, teachers' performance.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Financial Performance Analysis of PT. Bank Papua: Application of Cael, Z-Score and Bankometer
Country : Indonesia
Authors : Anita Erari. Ubud Salim, M. Syafie Idrus, Djumahir
: 10.9790/487X-0750816      logo

Abstract: This study aims to analyze the precision and accuracy of financial ratio analysis model by using CAEL, Z-score and Bankometer in assessing the financial performance development of Bank Papua within the period from 2003 to 2011. The results show that the model CAEL and Bankometer give the same assessment that Bank Papua, from 2003 to 2011, had good wellbeing, was highly liquid, had strong capital, were able to manage debt well, had good profitability, and asset quality but was still lacking in efficiency. Z-score model reversely put Bank Papua in a grey area and went bankrupt in 2007 and 2011, weak liquidity and capital. These findings reinforce previous research which suggests that Z-score model is not appropriate to be used in banking, however, the use of Z-score is recommended as the dissenting opinion and early warning system in assessing financial performance of a bank, because it can correctly show critical points in financial management of a bank. The similarity of the analysis results of the three models above is that Bank Papua has good profitability.
Keywords: Financial Performance, CAEL, Z-score, Bankometer

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Consumer Behavior In Selecting Retail Format: The Perspective Of Theory Of Planned Behavior
Country : Indonesia
Authors : Margaretha Ardhanari, Djumilah Hadiwidjojo, Mintarti Rahayu, Fatchur Rohman
: 10.9790/487X-0751723      logo

Abstract: The economic growth and income improvement will alter the consumer behavior. Consumer defines what kind of the retail store that they will go shopping. The implementation of the Theory of Planned Behavior is to explore consumer behavior in selecting retail format at shopping can be conducted; the aim is to understand the factors that motivate the behavior. Phenomenological qualitative approach is utilized to investigate the retail format selection behavior through the implementation of the Theory of Planned Behavior. The research informants are six Javanese women who are married and have children; the information selection process employed snowball approach. This research generates some useful propositions for the foundation to examine and for further research. The proposed model is Mataraman Javanese consumer behavior model which is not originated from the intention to behave but from the habit and past experience. Thus, it can identify the antecedents of attitude, subjective norms, and perceived behavioral control among Mataraman Javanese consumer behavior. Social status becomes the background of the consumer behavior in selecting retail format.
Keywords: Mataraman Javanese, Retail Format,Theory of Planned Behavior

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Performance Appraisal-Management by Objective and Assessment Centre–Modern Approaches to Performance Appraisal
Country : India
Authors : Brijesh Goswami, Dr. Mamta Sharma, Dr. Sujata
: 10.9790/487X-0752428      logo

Abstract: Problem statement: Performance appraisal is a crucial activity of HR department in any organization. Employees are appraised for several reasons, not only for reward and punishment but much more than. Most important of which is to realize the best use of human resources and to plan for future needs Two methods for performance appraisal that are discussed in this study are Management By Objective (MBO) and Assessment Centre techniques. Assessment Centre evaluation or Management by Objective is valuable because it allows a candidate to concentrate on the task at hand.
Keywords: assessment centre, management by objective, punishment, performance appraisal, reward

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : "A comparative study of Recruitment & Selection, Training and Development policies in Indian MNCs and Foreign MNCs"
Country : India
Authors : Ghazala Ishrat
: 10.9790/487X-0752943      logo

Abstract: This research paper deals with the comparative study of recruitment and selection, training and development process of INDIAN MNCs and FOREIGN MNCs. This research paper highlights the differences and similarities of the policies being followed in MNCs. In my last research paper being published earlier I highlighted the innovative HR practices of Foreign and Indian MNCs but in my this paper I am highlighting the comparative analysis of selected policies.
Keywords: Recruitment, Selection, Training, Development, Indian MNCs and Foreign MNCs

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Implications of Organizational Culture and Leadership Styles The Effects on Job Satisfaction and Organizational Performance Of Police Sector In Bandung, Cimahi, Garut- West Java.
Country : Indonesia
Authors : Aripin, Ubud Salim, Margono Setiawan, Djumahir
: 10.9790/487X-0754449      logo

Abstract: Police Sectors in Bandung, Cimahi and Garut are considered that they are not able to give the best performance yet, where the crime tends to upset the society. Furthermore, the perpetrators of several criminal cases cannot be revealed yet. The aims of this study are to measure and analyze the extent to which the police organizations performance are influenced by organizational culture, leadership style and job satisfaction. This study used a quantitative approach with path analysis as its method where 167 policemen were used as its samples. The research findings show that organizational culture significantly affected towards the job satisfaction, but insignificantly affected the organizational performance. Leadership style significantly affected job satisfaction, but insignificantly affected the organizational performance. Job satisfaction worked as a mediator of the effect between the relationship of organizational culture and organizational performance, and between the relationship of leadership style and organizational performance.
Keywords: Organizational Culture, Leadership Style, Job Satisfaction and Organizational Performance.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : A Mediating Factor of Consumer Trust in ISO 9000 Implementation in Relation to Customer Satisfaction: A Study on Internal Perceptions of Indonesian Manufacturing Companies
Country : Indonesia
Authors : Harianto Respati , Surachman , Djumilah Hadiwidjojo, Djumahir
: 10.9790/487X-0755056      logo

Abstract: The purpose of the current study is to examine the role consumer trust plays in accordance to the implementation of International Organisation for Standards (ISO) 9000 certification in order to achieve the ultimate goal of customer satisfaction. Consequently, three variables identified and measured in the study are: the implementation of ISO 9000 certification, costumer confidence, and customer satisfaction. As many as 115 ISO 9000-certified manufacturing companies in East Java, Indonesia, take part as the sample of the study. Data are collected through a survey. The respondents are management representatives from the companies. Structure analysis and inferential statistics are employed in data analysis process.
Keywords: ISO 9000, Consumer trust, Customer satisfaction, Indonesian manufacturing companies

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : Occupational Stress among the Teachers of the Higher Secondary Schools in Madurai District, Tamil Nadu
Country : India
Authors : Dr. S.S.Jeyaraj
: 10.9790/487X-0756376      logo

Abstract: The aim of the study is to determine the Occupational Stress level of Government and Aided Higher Secondary School Teachers living in different socio-cultural and economic situations. The scale used in the study has been developed by researches. 185 Aided school teachers and 120 Government teachers have participated in the present study. At the end of the study it was seen that Aided school teachers have more occupational stress levels than Government school teachers. There is a meaningful difference in the stress level points of Government and Aided Higher Secondary Teachers. Policy makers are advised to analyse the teacher training and assessment system with the assumption that personal and social characteristics and working conditions may have an effect on teacher occupational stress. Results also showed that teachers who reported greater stress were less satisfied with teaching, reported greater frequency of absences and a greater number of total days absent, were more likely to leave teaching (career intention), and less likely to take up a teaching career again (career commitment).Implications for further research are also discussed.
Keywords: Inter-role distance, Role Ambiguity, Role Stagnation, Role Stress, Self-role distance, Teacher Occupational stress.

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : The Effect of Human Capital Investment on Customer Satisfaction
Country : Pakistan
Authors : Faisal Mehmood, Madam Sana Iqbal
: 10.9790/487X-0757781      logo

Abstract: In this study the researcher worked on the relationship of human capital investment on customer satisfaction. The mediating variable employee performance is also included in the study which gives the positive and significant results. The results are concluded by applying the regression analysis in three steps. The primary data is collected by using questionnaires and sample size was 345. Hence the results accepted the entire hypothesis and there is significant relationship between human capital investment and customer satisfaction.
Keywords: Human capital investment, Customer satisfaction, Employee performance

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Paper Type : Research Paper
Title : The Impacts of Visibility and privacy in the workplace on Organizational productivity as conducted through Informal Interactions
Country : Malaysia
Authors : Hossein Motamed Chaboki, Ahmad Fauzi A. Wahab , Majid Ansari
: 10.9790/487X-0758288      logo

Abstract: The aim of this paper is to investigate two important factors of workplace layout, visibility and accessibility, and their impacts on "face to face" interaction in the workplace. It is believed that a certain space layout will provide the opportunity for employees to interact with each other thus increases the possibility of team working. The greater level of team working in any organization will lead to higher productivity. The methods to improve the possibility of unplanned communication and ease of interaction within a work area are classified under spatial interconnectedness. This spatial interconnectedness contains workers' visibility, worker`s movements and accessibility within the work space. In this study, employees in an office were asked to complete a survey that calculated variables of the research. They received a questionnaire including measures for each of the key variables. Some of these procedures were taken from a research made for a large corporation, and others were certified measures from the physical workplace contemporary literature. SPSS statistic software was used as software to analyze the data and layout plans was analyzed by Depth map. The results indicate that the visibility of the worker`s and the accessibility in a work area is significantly correlated to interaction. The study highlights the importance of workplace productivity and manipulating informal interaction as a measurement of productivity in the office space.
Keywords: visibility, accessibility, workplace layout, productivity and "face to face" interaction

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