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Scirj Volume VI, Issue IX, September 2018 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796


Publication starts: 25th September 2018
Full Paper available from: 25th September 2018


Africa Rising: (Re) interrogating the veracity and character of the Renaissance narrative
George Morara

Abstract: The Africa rising narrative has since 2000 been used to propagate and reinforce the idea that Africa is experiencing a renaissance as a consequence of increased economic growth, political pluralism and liberal democracy. Although some counties have experienced positive change, the validity or veracity of the idea is now questionable given recent events across the continent – from Libya to South Africa, South Sudan to Kenya, Somalia, Ethiopia, Nigeria, Mali to the Democratic Republic of Congo, and others – paint a bleak picture of the continent with rising levels of poverty, corruption, conflict and civil war among other challenges. This article problematizes the concept of Africa rising, and argues that although Africa has experienced positive economic and political developments, the renaissance narrative has been used to propagate a myth that is meaningless to a majority of Africans.
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INFLUENCE OF ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE AND FINANCIAL STRATEGY ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE IN PT. SILOAM INTERNATIONAL HOSPITALS MANADO
Raymond Rombot, Jufry Rompas, Jeane Christine Lasut, Denny I.Y Rompas

Abstract: The purpose of this research to determine the effect between dependent and independent variables. The research was carried out on finance accounting employees at PT Siloam International Hospitals Manado, with a total of 30 respondents. Data collection was carried out using questionnaires, interviews, and direct observation in the field. Data collected and analyzed by statistical analysis using Multiple Linear Regression Test.
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Are the employees in charitable organizations satisfied with their job context?
NHK Cooray, DMMI Dissanayake

Abstract: Job satisfaction becomes a major research interest in recent for all types of organizations and businesses. This study examines the job satisfaction of the employees work in charitable organizations in Sri Lanka. Hundred employees who are working in charitable organizations around the country have been completed the measurers of job satisfaction. Job Descriptive Index (JDI), a five scale measure of job satisfaction has been applied. The study has been utilized the primary as well as the secondary data and both descriptive and inferential tools have been used in analyzing the data. The results indicate that only the opportunities for promotions, and satisfaction with co-workers have a significant impact on the job satisfaction of the employees in charitable organizations in Sri Lanka.
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THE EFFECT OF COMPETENCE AND PROFESSIONAL ETHICS ON AUDITOR QUALITY
Farida Indria Sanly Wakidin

Abstract: The purpose of the research was to determine the effect of auditor competence in the Manado City Inspectorate on auditor quality, the influence of the Professional Ethics of auditors in the Manado City Inspectorate on auditor quality, and the influence of the competence and ethics of the Manado City Inspectorate auditors, simultaneously on the quality of auditors. explanatory / confirmatory research). Samples were taken as many as 30 auditors at the Manado City Inspectorate. Data collection is done using questionnaire method. The questionnaire was tested for validity and reliability before research data collection. Test equipment used in this study, namely: test prerequisite analysis with normality test. The data analysis method used is multiple regression analysis. The results of the study indicate that competency has a negative effect, and is significant on the Quality of Auditors. This is indicated by the t count value of 4.013, with a significant 0.000 smaller than 0.005. Professional ethics has a negative effect, with a significant impact on auditor quality. This is indicated by the t value of 0.139 with a significant 0.891 which is greater than 0.005. Professional ethics competence has a negative and significant effect on the quality of auditors. This is shown by F count 12.410 with a significant 0.000 smaller than 0,000.
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