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Scirj Volume VII, Issue XII, December 2019 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th December 2019
Full Paper available from: 25th December 2019


HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT PRACTICES FOR ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE
I Wayan Gede Suharta Dewantara, Eka Afnan Troena, Siti Haerani, Nurdjanah Hamid

Abstract: HRM practices are said to be effective if ongoing policies and practices can support the achievement of specific organizational goals. This study aims to analyze all dimensions of HRM practices consisting of job security, compensation, job autonomy, and supervisory support for organizational performance. This research is an explanatory study that examines each variable to obtain the results of the analysis of relationships between variables. This research was conducted in several group companies in South Sulawesi. The research design uses survey research methods. The population of this study was 4,784 organic employees, determining the number of samples using Slovin method, as many as 369 people. Primary data collection is obtained through a questionnaire. The analysis technique uses multiple linear regression analysis. The results showed that all dimensions of HRM practices (job security, compensation, job autonomy, and supervisory support) on organizational performance.
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SYNTHESIS, PHYSICOCHEMICAL AND ANTIMICROBIAL EVALUATION OF A TETRADENTATE SCHIFF BASE LIGAND WITH Hg(II), Pb(II), Mn(II), Cd(II), Fe(III) AND Cr(III) METAL COMPLEXES
Esther, I .V.; Naomi, P. N.; Osunlaja, A. A.; Olufunke, A. S.; Wakil, I. M. and Grema A. M.

Abstract: Schiff base ligand derived from the condensation of 2-hydroxybenzaldehyde with ethylenediamine was synthesized and characterized by elemental analysis, M.pt, IR and 1HNMR. The elemental analysis revealed a 1:2 molar ratio (amine:aldehyde) for the ligand. The complexes formed from the ligand were characterized by elemental analysis, M.pt, solubility, conductivity, IR and electronic spectra.
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ANALYSIS OF ENTERTAINMENT TAX CONTRIBUTION TO THE ORIGINAL REVENUE OF MANADO CITY
Selvie J. Nangoi, Antonius A. Tandi

Abstract: Tax entertainment in the city of Manado has an important role for Regional Original Revenues, including regional development, job creation, as well as exploring sources of regional income. Therefore, each region is required to raise awareness for entertainment taxpayers, for their responsibilities in regional development. The purpose of this study was to determine the contribution of entertainment tax to local taxes, and the contribution of entertainment tax to, and the impact of entertainment tax on the city of Manado. The research method used is a qualitative descriptive analysis of the condition of natural objects, namely the reception of Local Original Revenue. The data used are observation, interview, and documentation. Resource persons from this study are the State Civil Apparatus, Regional Revenue Agency. The results showed that the Manado City Entertainment Tax revenue for four years, namely 2014 - 2017 experienced a change from an increase to a decrease in each year. There is a government effort through monitoring to optimize entertainment tax revenue. Hopefully, the government should conduct an examination in each district that has potential as a source of local tax revenue.
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CONTROL OF PHYSICAL ASSETS OF BANKING INSTITUTIONS
Ivonne H. Putong, Sintje P. Allouw, Treesje A.C. Langi, Rudy A.J. Wowiling

Abstract: Financial institutions that play an important role in a country are banks, because the development and progress of a country will not be separated from banks as financial institutions. As the largest government-owned bank in North Sulawesi and Gorontalo, Bank ABC must also manage fixed assets in order to protect the company wealth. The purpose of this research was to determine how the internal control of the fixed asset accounting system at ABC Bank. The analytical method used in this discussion is descriptive analysis. The results showed that as a whole was quite effective, the bank management had applied the principles of internal control over assets and inventory at ABC Bank. Adequate systems and procedures owned by banks, and supported by the OLIBS (Online Integreted Banking System) system make a significant level of errors in the control and reporting of assets can be resolved quickly. It should be a concern of the management of the placement of human resources to handle office assets and inventory. The system must be supported by reliable employees, and professionals who can carry out the entire procedure in accordance with what has been set.
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Synthesis, Characterization and Biological Activities of 2, 5-Dimethyl-4-Methoxy[5,6-b]Benzo[2,3-a]Pyrolo-4-Keto Thiazine-1,1-Dioxide
Bodunde Joseph OWOLABI, David Iregbeyaogene IRAOYA, Taiwo Sholagbade ADEPOJU

Abstract: Microbial infections remain harrowing menace to health sector globally with distressing effects such as prolonged hospitalization, morbidity and high cost for treatment. The research was conducted to develop effective therapeutic agents against pathogens. Firstly, 2, 5-Dimethyl-4-sulphonyl proline anisole was synthesized from reaction between 2, 5-dimethyl-4-methoxybenzene sulphonyl chloride and L-proline in basic medium. Thereafter, 2, 5-dimethyl-4-methoxy[5,6-b]benzo[2,3-a]pyrolo-4-keto thiazine-1,1-dioxide was synthesized from the intermediate using thionyl chloride and triethyl amine. The synthesized compounds were characterized by FTIR and NMR. Then, antimicrobial activities of the compounds were studied. Both compounds inhibited the growth of tested bacteria and fungi. 2, 5-dimethyl-4-methoxy[5,6-b]benzo[2,3-a]pyrolo-4-keto thiazine-1,1-dioxide gave better antibacterial activities, even than commercial drug while 2, 5-Dimethyl-4-sulphonyl proline anisole exhibited stronger antifungal activities.
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OVERLOAD OF MINIMUM STANDARDS FOR COLLEGES OF EDUCATION AND STUDENTS’S PERFORMANCE IN NIGERIA CERTIFICATE IN EDUCATION EXAMINATION IN SOUTH-SOUTH, NIGERIA
DR. ISRAEL, PAUL CHIJIOKE; MRS. ISRAEL, HAPPINESS CHERECHI

Abstract: This study was executed with a view to finding out the effect of the overload of the Minimum Standards Curriculum for Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE) on students learning activities and on their performance in the Nigerian Certificate in Education (NCE) in the south-south geo-political zone of the country. Three research questions and three hypothesis were generated to guide the study.
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PERCEIVED PHYSICAL EXERCISE BENEFITS AND BARRIERS: A KEY TO ENHANCING WELLNESS FOR ALL AGES IN NIGERIA
Offiong, Dominic A.; Ndep, Antor O.; Onyejose, Kenneth; Omang, Joseph A.; and Otu, Fidelis T.

Abstract: Exercise is any activity a person engages to promote or maintains physical fitness and overall wellness. Physical inactivity has been associated with 1.9 million preventable deaths yearly, increases risk of mortality by 20-30% and a major risk factor in increasing the level of obesity. Methods: This study employed a systematic review of literatures on physical exercise benefits and barriers: a key to enhancing wellness for all ages in Nigeria. Results: Empirical findings shows that knowledge and attitude towards physical exercise in most part of Nigeria were reportedly high, but had poor exercise habits. Participating in physical activities has been linked with increased self-efficacy levels, reduced fatigability and improved cardiovascular fitness, reduces risk of depression, improves muscular fitness, improves bone health.
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