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Scirj Volume VI, Issue XII, December 2018 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796

Local Labor Empowerment Model And It's Implication To Subjective Welfare And Employee Global Capability: A Study On Mining Area, At East Luwu, South Sulawesi, Indonesia

I Dewa Bagus Sugata Wirantaya, Eka Afnan Troena, Abd. Rahman Kadir, Indrianty Sudirman

Abstract: This study aims (i) to understand the historical background of the success of local labor in the mining area in East Luwu; (ii) to understand the perceptions of local labor in the formation of subjective well-being to increase work productivity; and (iii) forming and explaining the model of developing local labor to be able to compete globally. This research is a study that uses exploratif qualitative methods. Samples of several national and multinational heavy equipment maintenance service companies in East Luwu Regency, South Sulawesi, with 8 informants / participants (local labor). This type of qualitative research is a case study by evaluating or analyzing deeply the issue of empowering local labor. The data analysis technique used in this qualitative research is combined between the Cresswell and the Spradley to analyze the domain and taxonomic analysis models of the interviews. The results of this study indicate that the success of local labor in national companies and MNCs is determined by recruitment, training, career development, fairness in the company and local empowerment. Subjective well-being is obtained through increasing the position of local labor, increasing the ratio of local labor use, and the ability of local workers with global standards. The development of local resources is carried out through the application of low socio-economic status domains, the domain of chauvinism, and the domain of the availability of structured training or development so that local labor becomes human resources that can compete at the global level. An effective model of empowering local labor can improve subjective well-being and attitudes of chauvinism and encourage the achievement of global competitiveness and performance improvement.

Reference this Paper: Local Labor Empowerment Model And It's Implication To Subjective Welfare And Employee Global Capability: A Study On Mining Area, At East Luwu, South Sulawesi, Indonesia by I Dewa Bagus Sugata Wirantaya, Eka Afnan Troena, Abd. Rahman Kadir, Indrianty Sudirman published at: "Scientific Research Journal (Scirj), Volume VI, Issue XII, December 2018 Edition, Page 31-40 ".

Search Terms: local base recruitment, subjective wellbeing, multinational company, chauvinism, and empowerment

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