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It also abstracts and may translate its publications, and articles contained therein, for inclusion in various compendiums, collective works, databases and similar publications</p> (RBAOS) (Review of Behavioral Aspect in Organizations and Society) Sat, 12 Oct 2019 13:54:22 +0700 OJS 60 ANALYSIS OF MARKETING TOURISM FACTORS IN BANDUNG CITY’S LEADING TOURISM OBJECTS <p>Based on measurements made by Frontier Consulting Group and Tempo Media Group, the tourism index of Bandung City is one of the highest in Indonesia, reaching 95.30 or higher than Denpasar City with Tourism Index 87.65 and City of Yogyakarta with Tourism Index 85.68.</p> <p>Bandung has many excellent tourist objects that have their attraction. Bandung, as a creative city, always tries to create a different tourism concept. It is done as a marketing tourism strategy to increase the number of tourists who come to visit the city of Bandung. This research examines how much these factors influence marketing tourism, and which factors are the most dominant in affecting marketing tourism. Based on the result of the six tourism marketing factors, namely economic factors, social factors, cultural factors, tourist attraction factors, perceptions of information technology, and environmental perception factors, which were previously formed by 31 manifest variables. The dominant new factor found in representing the factors of tourism marketing, namely the environmental attractiveness factor.</p> Mutia Tri Satya, Yuyus Yudistria, Muhamad Asdar, Abdul Razak Munir ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 12 Oct 2019 00:00:00 +0700 IMPACT OF JOB SATISFACTION ON JOB PERFORMANCE <p>Basically, performance is something that is individual because each employee has a different level of ability to do their jobs. Performance depends on the combination of ability, effort, and opportunity obtained. Employee performance is capital for companies to survive and develop in responding to business and business competition today, advanced and developing companies are very dependent on reliable human resources so that the output is high performance on employee performance which will later affect the company's performance. However, it is not easy to maintain and improve employee performance. There are many factors that can affect performance. Many employee turnovers occur due to a lack of satisfaction with work. Employee performance is very dependent on the value of employee satisfaction in the workplace. The fulfillment of employee rights greatly affects the performance of the organization. So, in this study the focus of the study would like to see the extent of the influence of job satisfaction on employee performance in a national company engaged in oil palm plantations. The results showed that there was an effective contribution from the influence of employee satisfaction on employee performance. The research data was taken from 55 employees engaged in oil palm plantations in an office in the city of Jakarta.</p> Firman Alamsyah Ario Buntaran, Dicky Andika, Vita Yuli Alfiyana ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 12 Oct 2019 00:00:00 +0700 WORK PLACEMENT, ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT AND EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE: <p>Mismatch between skills, expertise and work placements among civil servants is often a phenomenon that occurs in many public service offices in Indonesia. This condition is exacerbated by low organizational commitment. Because these two aspects can lead to poor public service, this study aims to evaluate the impact of work placements and organizational commitment on employee performance. The results of Partial Least Square (PLS) analysis show that work placements have a positive and significant impact on employee performance. However, despite its positive influence on employee performance, organizational commitment does not have a significant impact on their performance. This study provides an overview of the performance of the tourism agency in one of the regional governments of West Java Province of Indonesia.</p> Puteri Andika Sari, Putri Nur Sa'adah ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 19 Oct 2019 00:00:00 +0700 ANALYSIS OF THE INFLUENCE OF COMPETENCE, WORK ENVIRONMENT, AND WORK DISCIPLINE ON THE PERFORMANCE OF THE STAFF OF THE REGIONAL CIVIL SERVICE AGENCY IN MALANG CITY <p>This study was aimed at finding out the influence, both simultaneously and partially, of the variables ‘competence, work environment, and work discipline’ on the performance of the staff of the Regional Civil Service Agency of Malang City and finding out the most dominant between the variables ‘competence, work environment, and work discipline’ in influencing the staff of the Regional Civil Service Agency of Malang City. The variables in this study consisted of independent variables: competence, work environment, and work discipline, while the dependent variable is the performance of the staff of the Regional Civil Service Agency of Malang City. The population was all staff of the Regional Civil Service Agency of Malang City as many as 110 people. The sample was taken using an accidental sampling technique, namely a paired sample, so the study sample was 110 people. From the results of the study, it can be concluded that the variables ‘competence, work environment, and work discipline’ are simultaneously proved to influence the performance of the staff of the Regional Civil Service Agency of Malang City and the three variables cannot be separated from each other and are a unified whole in supporting the staff performance with a contribution of 68.8%, while the remaining 31.2% were influenced by other variables not included in this study. Meanwhile, separately, the three variables are proved, partially/individually, to have a significant influence on the performance of the staff of the Regional Civil Service Agency of Malang City. Of the three independent variables ‘competence, work environment, and work discipline’, the one has the most dominant influence on the performance of the staff of the Regional Civil Service Agency of Malang City is the variable ‘competence.’ The purpose of employee performance appraisal is to provide feedback to employees to improve their performance and increase organizational productivity.</p> Bambang Hadi Prabowo, Meinarti Puspaningtyas, Murniati Murniati ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 19 Oct 2019 00:00:00 +0700 WEB USERS’ ATTITUDE TOWARD POP-UP ADVERTISEMENTS IN WESTERN PROVINCE OF SRI LANKA <p>Advertisers have been able to expose to modern channels and modern platforms of advertising. This enables to create an immediate global presence and generate greater value to the companies. Among these modern platforms, the internet act as a communication medium that allows companies to create awareness, provide information, and influence others. Therefore companies increasingly saw the internet as an important medium through which advertising messages can be directed towards consumers. Using a self-administered questionnaire, a survey study was conducted, and data were collected from 360 university students of four major universities in Western Province. The findings of the study revealed that only entertaining and irritating factors impact on attitude toward pop-up ads. While entertaining factor positively impacts on attitude, irritating factor negatively impacted on the attitude towards pop-ups. Critical consideration by companies before choosing a pop-up as their advertising mode is needed as web users' negative attitude towards it can impact adversely. Further, it will be helpful for advertisers to create more attractive and user-friendly pop-up advertisements.</p> Ishara Madurangi Katuwandeniya, Ashani Randi Shanika Abeywardana ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 23 Nov 2019 12:55:30 +0700 PROPERTY SALES TAX AND BUYING INTEREST IN INDONESIA <p>The Surabaya city government still applies the old rules, which do not implement a reduction in property sales tax rates. Data from the Office of Revenue and Financial Management (DPPK) The Surabaya city government noted, in 2015 the revenue from property sales tax reached Rp 825 billion. This is the reason behind the Surabaya city government's refusal to reduce property sales tax rates. Based on this, we want to examine whether the policies taken by the Surabaya government to not reduce property sales tax rates can affect the interest of the purchasing power of the people of Surabaya. The population in this study were all people residing in the city of Surabaya. The data collection technique carried out by the researcher was a purposive sampling technique. In this study, researchers used questionnaires as data collection techniques. The results showed that the decision of the Surabaya city government to reject the decline in property sales tax rates did not affect the people's buying interest in property in Surabaya</p> Vierly Ananta Upa, Frandy E.F. Karundeng ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 23 Nov 2019 13:17:40 +0700 STRATEGIES FOR WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT IN HOUSEHOLD INDUSTRIES IN THE PROVINCE OF SOUTH SULAWESI <p>The study was conducted in 4 districts or cities in the province of South Sulawesi, namely Takalar, Maros, Gowa, and Barru. The locations were deliberately chosen with the consideration that they are the potential development areas for women working in product diversification processed in domestic processing industries. The study had been carried out for six (6) months, from May 2019 to October 2019. The subjects of the study were 50 groups of women in small and medium enterprises (SMEs). The data was analyzed by using the analysis of excellence, analysis of R/C ratio, and SWOT analysis. The results of the study showed that the level of financial feasibility of the women groups in product diversification processed in domestic processing industries needed to be developed. Therefore, strategies that can be applied for women’s empowerment are: increasing work motivation and skills to support the sustainability of the production, improving product quality and quantity to access broad market especially the export market, improving the government programs for women’s empowerment, and conducting mentoring and coaching needed for the women’s groups. The W-O strategies that can be done are strengthening capital for business development, building partnerships and strengthening networks, ensuring that the production equipment assistance programs are equitable and in accordance with the groups’ needs, improving the quality of faculty of political sciences and communication graduates in accordance with the quality assurance standards (ISO) through mentoring and coaching. In addition, the S-T strategies that can be applied are strengthening the SME institutional groups and improving coaching to SME groups. Furthermore, the W-T strategies that can be implemented are conducting market research on the development of product quality and quantity.</p> Dwia Aries Tina Pulubuhu, Sutinah Sutinah, Seni Wati, Sri Suro Adhawaty ##submission.copyrightStatement## Fri, 29 Nov 2019 15:44:43 +0700 MANAGERIAL CAPABILITIES, PSYCHOLOGICAL EMPOWERMENT, ENTREPRENEURIAL INTENTION AND BUSINESS PERFORMANCE OF INFORMAL SECTOR: A STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODEL <p>This study was conducted to determine the best fit model of business performance among the informal sectors in Region 12, Philippines. A conceptual model comprising of managerial capabilities, psychological empowerment, and the entrepreneurial intention was studied to explore their relationship. The study was done in Region 12, utilizing a quantitative research approach, specifically structural equation modeling (SEM) to determine the best fit model. A total of 400 respondents participated in this study. Findings revealed that managerial capabilities, psychological empowerment, and entrepreneurial intentions significantly impact the business performance of the informal sector. Moreover, results suggested that hypothesized model 5 is the best fit model. It was also found that managerial capabilities and entrepreneurial intention significantly influence business performance. Thus, managerial capabilities and entrepreneurial intention are strong predictors of business performance among the informal sectors.</p> Lotis Divino Cubin ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 30 Nov 2019 13:02:25 +0700 GREEN TECHNOLOGY THROUGH POROUS CONCRETE <p>This research uses stone ash waste from the stone crusher industry to preserve the environment. This material is an ingredient in making normal concrete. The use of stone ash as a substitute for sand is expected to increase the compressive strength in the planned slump and can optimize the use of rock ash waste to reduce environmental pollution that occurs. This study uses an experimental method with a total of 32 pieces of specimens. Each variation consists of 3 samples with a variety of fine aggregate levels of 40%, 44%, and 46%. The test object is a concrete cylinder with a diameter of 15 cm and a height of 30 cm. Test results for compressive strength at seven days for fine aggregate content variations of 40%: 22.25 Mpa; 44%: 24.30 Mpa; 46%: 17.08 MPa. Test results of compressive strength at the age of 14 days for variations in fine aggregate levels of 40%: 26.10 Mpa; 44%: 28.51 Mpa; 46%: 20.04 Mpa. Test results of compressive strength at the age of 21 days for fine aggregate content variations of 40%: 28.18 Mpa; 44%: 30.78 Mpa; 46%: 21.63 MPa. With these results, the Porous concrete produced can be used as preservation and maintain environmental protection. This product very cheap when compared to the original concrete, which calculated 22 U$ per square. The use of porous concrete has an impact on people's behavior that will preserve the environment, especially water content in the soil.</p> Acep Hidayat, Muhammad Isradi, Joewono Prasetijo ##submission.copyrightStatement## Sat, 14 Dec 2019 00:00:00 +0700