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The Influence of Direct Compensation and Indirect Compensation through Work Standard Variables as Intervening Variables on Employee Performance at Warung Ayam Goreng Nelongso Klampis, Surabaya Sari, Reny Meliyana; Tridayanti, Hermien
IJESEMS : International Journal of Engineering Science Educatioon and Management System Vol 1 No 2 (2018): September 2018
Publisher : LPPM Narotama University

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The objectives of this study are: 1. To analyze whether direct compensation and indirect compensation have a significant effect on employee performance at Warung Ayam Goreng Nelongso Klampis, Surabaya. 2. To analyze whether direct compensation and indirect compensation have a significant effect on employee performance through work standard variables as an intervening variable at Warung Ayam Goreng Nelongso Klampis, Surabaya. 3. To analyze whether work standards have a significant effect on employee performance at Warung Ayam Goreng Nelongso Klampis, Surabaya. This research is using quantitative research methods in the form of associative. The population and samples in this study were 32 employees of Warung Ayam Goreng Nelongso Klampis, Surabaya. The sample technique in this study used a sampling census. The analysis technique chosen is The Structural Equation Model (SEM) using Partial Least Square (PLS). The results showed that there was a direct effect between Direct Compensation (X1) on Employee Performance (Y2) but was not significant with a p-value of 0.000 and a t value of 0.261, there is a direct influence between Direct Compensation (X1) on Employee Performance (Y2) through Work Standards (Y1) but less significant with a p-value of 0.000 and a t value of 0.218, there is a direct effect between Indirect Compensation (X2) on Employee Performance (Y2) through Work Standards (Y1) has a significant effect with a p-value of 0,000 and a t value of 0.000, there is a direct influence between Indirect Compensation (X2) on Employee Performance (Y2) which is significantly influential with a p-value of 0,000 and a t value of 0.000, there is a direct effect between Work Standards (Y1) on Employee Performance (Y2) a significant effect with a p-value of 0,000 and a t value of 0.000. The results of this study indicate that the variable Indirect Compensation has the strongest influence on Employee Performance compared to other variables.
The Effect Of Human Resources Development And Work Environment Towards Employee Performance Improvement PDAM Surya Sembada City Of Surabaya Anggraeni, Witta; Tridayanti, Hermien; Al-Amrani, Mohammed Mustafa Hussein
IJESEMS : International Journal of Engineering Science Educatioon and Management System Vol 1 No 1 (2018): March 2018
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This study aims to analyze the effect of Human Resource Development and Work Environment towards Employee Performance Improvement PDAM Surya Sembada City Of Surabaya (Study of the Corporate Secretary Sub-Directorate) partially and simultaneously. The authors used a saturated sampling technique or also called a census, where all members of the population are sampled, as many as 55 employees in all Sub-Directorate of Corporate Secretary PDAM Surya Sembada City Of Surabaya. Data collection techniques using questionnaires and interview. In calculating scoring, researchers used a Likert scale. Method data analysis used is multiple linear regression analysis. The results of this study show that the variable Human Resource Development (X1) and Work Environment (X2) have a significant effect on Employee Performance Improvement (Y) partially. Human Resource Development (X1) and Environment Variables Work (X2) also have a significant effect on Employee Performance Improvement (Y) simultaneously.
Analysis of the Discipline Factors of Employees at the Sony Sugema College Surabaya Tutoring Institute Afsyari, Tria; Tridayanti, Hermien
IJESEMS : International Journal of Engineering Science Educatioon and Management System Vol 1 No 1 (2018): March 2018
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Human resources are the most important resource for each company because every individual person as human resources have talent or ability, energy and creativity that is needed by the company to achieve every goals that planned by the company. To achieve these goals, theres a lot of factors that relate to improve the performances, one of them is discipline. This study analyzes the factors that influence employee discipline at the Sony Sugema College Surabaya Tutoring Institute with a population of 106 respondents and the sample known by the Slovin formula is 84 respondents. The results of factor analysis using SPSS 20 form 9 disciplinary factors of 28 indicators consisting of punishment sanction factor, exemplary leadership factor, remuneration factor, human relations factor, fairness factor, firmness factor, objectives and ability factor, work moral factor and waskat factor (supervision attached).
The Effect Of Work Skills, Work Attitude, Work Knowledge On Work Competence And Employee Performance In Galaxy Mall Shuang Surabaya Mayasari, Luvy Dian; Tridayanti, Hermien
Proceeding of World Conference Vol 1 No 1 (2019): March 2019
Publisher : Universitas Narotama Surabaya

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This study aims to analyze the influence of work skills, work attitudes, work knowledge on work competencies and analyze work skills, work attitudes, work knowledge on the performance of employees at the Shuang Galaxy Mall Surabaya.This study uses quantitative methods. By examining the effect of independent variables (work skills, work attitudes, work knowledge) on the dependent variable work competence and employee performance, the number of samples obtained was 41 people and analyzed using PLS (Partial Least Square) throughsoftware SmartPLS 3.0. The results of this study indicate that work skills, work attitudes, work knowledge have a significant effect on work competencies, work skills, work attitudes, work knowledge have a significant effect on employee performance and work competence has a significant effect on employee performance.
The Role of Entrepreneurship Education in Cultivating Student’s Entrepreneurial Intention Putra, Bayu Airlangga; Tridayanti, Hermien; Sukoco, Agus
IJEBD (International Journal Of Entrepreneurship And Business Development) Vol 1 No 2 (2018): March 2018
Publisher : LPPM of NAROTAMA UNIVERSITY

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Purpose: This research seeks to prove whether entrepreneurship education can significantly grow student’s entrepreneurial intention. The approach of theory of planned behavior (TPB) is used to examine whether the effect of entrepreneurship education on student’s entrepreneurial intention initially goes through attitude variables, subjective norms, and perceptions about behavioral control first. The population of this study is the students of Narotama University who were taking the course of Strategic HR Management in the odd semester of 2017/2018. Data was analyzed using path analysis method. The result shows that entrepreneurship education has no direct effect on student’s entrepreneurial intention. As for the three elements of TPB, only attitude variable which is able to significantly mediate the influence of entrepreneurship education on student’s entrepreneurial intention. Design/methodology/approach: In this research, data in the form of respondents’ perceptions were analyzed quantitatively using path analysis method. Findings: Entrepreneurship education has no direct effect on student’s entrepreneurial intention and solely mediated by attitude of the students in order to effectively influence their entrepreneurial intention.   Research limitations/implications: In this research, entrepreneurship education is seen from the learning process in one course only, not viewed holistically starting from a policy making process at the top management level of the university, the preparation of an integrated entrepreneurship curriculum, to its implementation in the learning process in each course. Also, the family background of each student was not considered as one of the determinants of their entrepreneurial intention. Practical implications: There is a need to increase affective content so that a stronger persuasive ability will be established among students to influence the norms in their social environment. Addition in psychomotor content is also needed to form more positive perception about students’ competence in doing entrepreneurial activity. Originality/value: This research combines the study of entrepreneurship education with the latest development in TPB study. This research also focuses on a population of students who are taking a certain course. Thus, the components in a learning process can be better observed.  Paper type: Research paper Keyword: Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurial Intention, Entrepreneurship Education, Theory of Planned Behavior
Improvement Of Internal Quality Assurance System Based On ISO 9001:2008 With Document Management Control (DMC) And Web Based Application tridayanti, Hermien; Putra, Bayu Airlangga; Wulandari, Ani
IJEBD (International Journal Of Entrepreneurship And Business Development) Vol 1 No 2 (2018): March 2018
Publisher : LPPM of NAROTAMA UNIVERSITY

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  Managing the enactment of an internal quality assurance system requires the proper implementation of internal quality assurance to ensure the quality of Higher Education. The global challenges and dynamics of the development of information technology make Indonesian universities somewhat under pressure. higher education institutions are required to be able to handle changes, both internally and externally, to further strengthen the quality of the learning process. For this reason internal quality assurance plays an intense role in education services. The quality policy of the internal quality assurance system describes an explanation of how a university understands, designs and implements their internal quality assurance system in the provision of higher education services to build, manage and maintain a quality culture. In these documents there is an explanation of backgrounds, objectives, and strategies, to improve the quality in every done task. In the global era, the nature of day-to-day operations tends to get more sophisticated and complex, therefore the internal quality assurance system must be supported by an integrated system in internal processes using information technology such as Document Management Control. Create quality holistic cycles that work best with the uniqueness of the institution itself. This will then result in a "Competitive Advantage" for the institution.   Keyword: Internal Quality Assurance System, Information Technology, Integrated System and Competitive Advantage