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Scirj Volume V, Issue VIII, August 2017 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th August 2017
Full Paper available from: 25th August 2017


The Influences of Quality of Work Life and Organizational Justice on the Employees Performance of the State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) in South Sulawesi
Hartini, Siti Haerani, Ria Mardiana, Sumardi

Abstract: This research aims to analyze: a) the effect of quality of work life on job satisfaction; b) the effect of organizational justice on job satisfaction; c) the effect of quality of work life on employees performance; d) the effect of organizational justice on employees performance; e) the effect of job satisfaction on employees performance. This analysis method used on this research is path analysis which is included Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) AMOS versi 5.00. The unit analysis of this study was the employees of the State owned Enterprises (SOEs), locally called BUMN, consisting of PT. Perusahaan Listrik Negara (Persero), PT. Pertamina (Persero), PT. Telekomunikasi Indonesia, Tbk. (Persero), PT. Pelindo IV (Persero), PT. Bank Negara Indonesia, Tbk (Persero) located in the South Sulawesi. The sample in this study was 255 employees collected by using convenience sampling method. The data was collected by using questionnaire. The study found that the quality of work life and organizational justice have significant positive influences on the job satisfaction and employees performance of the SOEs in Sulawesi Selatan.
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Efficiency of Inpatient Installation in South Kalimantan Using Data Envelopment and Tobit Regression Analysis
Sylvia Yuanita, Dyah Wulansari, Tri Haryanto, Dr. Djazuli Chalidyanto

Abstract: Hospital competition is getting tight nowadays in Indonesia. As a result, hospitals should differentiate their efforts and strategy to sustain their businesses. This paper aims at examining the efficiency of inpatient installation of the 29 hospitals located in South Kalimantan province. The efficiency is measured using Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) and the Tobit Regression Model. The Tobit regression is used to find out the factors that affect the technical efficiency or determinants of technical efficiency. The study found inter alia that the BPJS cooperation and the number of nosocomial infections have partial significant influenced on the technical efficiency value of the hospital inpatient installation. Whilst the ownership of hospital and hospital accreditation are insignificant in explaining the value of technical efficiency of the hospitals in South Kalimantan. Therefore, hospital cooperation with BPJS and the number of nosocomial infections should be given a great attention to maintain and improve the technical efficiency of the hospital in South Kalimantan under survey.
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Millennium Development Goals on Sexual Health in Africa: Education and Gender Equality as Implications for Reduction of Sexual Violence Against Women in Africa
Purissima Emelda Egbekpalu

Abstract: The discussion on education with regards to gender equality and women empowerment is gaining significant attention in recent times. Education as a veritable tool for both human and national developments proves itself a great equalizer of human conditions. In September 2000, the United Nations (UN) declared eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to be achieved by its member States by 2015. Goals two and three have to do with the achievement of universal primary education and gender equality, respectively. These two goals have seriously affected Africans at personal, national and continental levels. Besides, the women folk have been notably marginalized due to poor accessibility to education through which they can be disposed and empowered with the acquisition of relevant skills to think clearly, appreciate their lives and that of others, develop better and contribute constructively to the growth of their nations and promote human dignity. Consequently, they fall prey to various abuses and violations that dehumanize them. This paper therefore evaluates how education and gender equality help to reduce the widespread cankerworm of violence against women in African societies and how far the dictates of the MDGs have assisted in the health of African women. However, it highlights the limitations that are inherent in African settings that militated against the full actualization of the universal education and gender equality by 2015 as demanded by the United Nations (UN) and the way forward even after the UN deadline.
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Government Policy Concerning Social Guarantee and the Implementation on Fishermen
Ernany Dwi Astuty

Abstract: Social security and fishermen's insurance is needed because of the uncertain conditions of fisherman's life and the high risk faced by fishermen during the work. This study aims to analyze government policy on social security system for fishermen in Indonesia with approach of public policy analysis and sociology. The research was conducted in Kaur District, Bengkulu Province and Probolinggo City of East Java Province. The analysis used is a descriptive method that explains the facts collected in a systematic, detailed and critical. The results of research in Probolinggo City, East Java Province show that government social security program known by fisherman community is Direct Cash Transfer (BLT) program, JAMKESMAS, free education, BBM subsidy and RASKIN. Among the five (5) such programs, only Raskin programs are more widely obtained by fishing communities (67.86%). In Kaur District, Bengkulu Province, programs for fishing communities are RASKIN, Jamkesmas, free education, fuel subsidies and PUMP (Mina Rural Business Development). Among these programs, there are two programs obtained by most fishermen community, namely RASKIN program (86.21%) and Jamkesmas (61.21%).
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An Analysis on Factors that Influence Customers’ Intention to Use Internet Banking in Jayapura City
Yendra, Nurdin Brasit, Jusni, Idayanti Nursyamsi

Abstract: The low acceptance rate for internet banking in Indonesia is an interesting phenomenon that had inspired this research. This study aims to analyze factors that influence customers’ intention to use internet banking in Jayapura City, Papua Province, Indonesia. The unit of analysis here comprises internet banking users from eleven banks in Jayapura City, using the proportional random sampling technique. This is a survey study using questionnaires for data collection. Data were collected from 205 research samples and analyzed using the SPSS for Windows 22 software and the Structural Equation Model (SEM) using the Amos 22 software. Results showed that customers’ perceptions, consisting of usefulness, ease of use, privacy, and security partially and significantly had positive influences on users’ trust, but did not influence customers’ intention to use internet banking. Trust can mediate the influences over customers’ perceptions on their intentions to use internet banking in Jayapura City.
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Comparisons of one sample t-test to some parametric tests
Danjuma Munkaila

Abstract: A non-parametric equivalent test to t-test is Wilcoxon rank sum test. The research intends to investigate whether other related parametric test in particular analysis of variance can be successfully applied instead of paired t-test. Two sets of sample of size thirty were drawn from a population of four hundred candidates who sat for Post-UTME after their JAMB examination (UTME). Preliminary analysis was conducted on each set of sample to identify outliers which were excluded for further analysis. The results of the further analysis agreed with one another.
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