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International Journal of Business and Social Science Research
ISSN : ""     EISSN : 27092143     DOI : https://doi.org/10.47742/ijbssr
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Gender Perceptions of Psychological Empowerment in The Workplace: A Comparative Analysis from Two Cultures Obi, Greg-Victor
International Journal of Business and Social Science Research Vol. 2 No. 7 (2021): July
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This study investigates how female and male workers perceive feelings of Psychological Empowerment (PE), using respondents from two different countries with dissimilar cultural power dynamics. Two hundred ten non-managerial bank workers from Nigeria and the United States were selected for this study. A comparative quantitative method was used for this study. Statistical analyses were performed using both spreadsheets and SPSS.  My key research question is designed to determine if there are differences in how female and male employees perceive Psychological Empowerment. Data analysis indicates that in both countries combined, and individually, there is a statistically significant difference in the perception of PE between the female and male respondents. Hence, I propose that the first step toward achieving power equity amongst both genders is to first understand how women and men perceive empowerment at a personal level (Psychological Empowerment). 
The Influence of Liquidity, Leverage, Company Size and Profitability on Financial Distress Andi Runis; Arifin, Dedy Samsul; Masud, Arifuddin; Kalsum, Ummy
International Journal of Business and Social Science Research Vol. 2 No. 6 (2021): June
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This study aims to empirically examine the factors that influence Financial Distress in Property and Real Estate Companies. This study was tested with four independent variables, namely Liquidity (Current Ratio), Leverage (Debt Equity Ratio), Firm Size (ln of Total Assets), and Profitability (Return on Assets) using purposive sampling technique the authors chose seventeen companies as samples. This study uses panel data analysis obtained from financial reports and Annual Reports for 5 years. This study uses secondary data with the help of the Eviews 9 application. The results found that the Leverage Variable (Debt Equity Ratio) has a positive and significant influence on Financial Distress while Liquidity (Current Ratio), Company Size (ln of Total Assets), and Profitability Variables (Return). on Assets) has a negative and significant effect on Financial Distress.
Union Leaders' language during conflict: Does gender matter? Keim, Charles; Reshef, Yonatan
International Journal of Business and Social Science Research Vol. 2 No. 6 (2021): June
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We analyze the language used by two consecutive British Columbia Teachers’ Federation (BCTF) presidents, Susan Lambert and Jim Iker, during two collective bargaining sessions that pitted the BCTF against the British Columbia (BC) government and the British Columbia Public School Employers’ Association (BCPSEA). Our study analyzes how gender language differences if they indeed exist, are manifested during critical moments that require strong leadership. Language is a critical resource for leaders, who use it to define issues, assign motives and inspire action, and portray themselves as people of power and consequence. Both women and men can employ a variety of linguistic strategies and the linguistic decisions that male and female leaders make provide a window onto if and how gender may be manifested by those in power and how they use language to present themselves as effective leaders. In this paper, we explore whether and how gender influences the linguistic choices of a male and female union leader during times of conflict.
The Determination of Audit Quality and its Impact on Audit Report Presentation: Empirical Study at Public Accountant Office in BEKASI City: english Dewi Rejeki
International Journal of Business and Social Science Research Vol. 2 No. 4 (2021): April
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The purpose of this study is to prove the effect of professionalism, competence, independence, and work experience of auditors on audit quality at a public accountant office in Bekasi City, which consists of senior auditors, junior auditors, partners, and supervision. The method used is a quantitative method by distributing questionnaires. The data analysis technique used is descriptive statistics and hypothesis testing. This study proves both partially and simultaneously that the professionalism, competence, independence, and work experience of auditors affect audit quality.
Towards understanding of artificial intelligence in accounting profession Sahoo, Aditya Prasad Sahoo; Dr Yajnya Dutta Nayak
International Journal of Business and Social Science Research Vol. 2 No. 5 (2021): May
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Accountants have embraced the emission of automation over many years to get better the efficiency and effectiveness of their work. But technology has not been able to replace the need for expert knowledge and decision-making. Earlier generations of ‘intelligent systems have usually demonstrated the progressing power of human expertise and the restrictions of machines. In the upcoming decades, intelligent systems must take over more and better decision-making tasks from humans. While accountant has been using technology for a lot of years to improve what they do and deliver more value to businesses, this is an opportunity to reimagine and radically improve the quality of business and investment decisions which is the ultimate purpose of the profession. Accountants, as expert decision-makers, use both ways of thinking they apply their knowledge to specific situations to make reasoned decisions, although also make quick intuitive decisions based on extensive experience in their field.  Today, AI is being used for image recognition, object identification, detection, classification, and automated geophysical feature detection. These are underlying tasks that once required the input of a human. Focusing on how artificial intelligence will impact accountants, AI will very soon help the organization to automate much of the routine and repetitive activities that are undertaken on a daily, weekly or annual basis. It will also help the organization to empower quick decision-making to create smart insights examine huge quantities of data with ease.
The Influence of Corporate Governance on Intellectual Capital Disclosure: Evidence from Bank on Indonesian Stock Exchange 2015-2019 Indrayati; Erlin Melani; Slamet
International Journal of Business and Social Science Research Vol. 2 No. 4 (2021): April
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The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of Corporate Governance on Intellectual Capital Disclosure. The sample used in this study consisted of 22 banking companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in 2015-2019. The data used is in the form of an annual report. The sampling technique in this study was to use purposive sampling. This study uses multiple regression analysis. The statistical analysis results show that partially the audit committee and external auditor variables have a significant positive effect on intellectual capital disclosure. Meanwhile, the independent commissioner variable has no significant effect on intellectual capital disclosure. The ownership concentration variable harms intellectual capital disclosure. Simultaneously, the variables of the independent commissioner, ownership concentration, audit committee, and external auditor have a significant effect on intellectual capital disclosure.
The Impact of Pandemics on Workforce Joblessness in Central Europe in pre-Covid Era and during Pandemic Beno, Michal Beno
International Journal of Business and Social Science Research Vol. 2 No. 3 (2021): March
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Unemployment affects individuals socially, personally, and economically. The impact of being jobless can be long-lasting. Five different generations participate in the workplace today. As countries throughout the world went into lockdown to combat the spread of Covid-19, unemployment numbers rose rapidly. This study aimed to examine the effects of unemployment in three-generation groups in V4 and Austria in the pre-Covid-19 era and during Covid-19. Descriptive statistics were used to present the collected data. OECD data were used for the analysis. Based on the data collected, unemployment decreases with age. The group aged 15-24 shows significantly higher unemployment than the other two groups. A gender difference in unemployment was confirmed only in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Unemployment has increased during the Covid-19 pandemic. The unemployment gap for females before and during Covid-19 was not confirmed. The T-Test confirmed the difference in unemployment before and during the crisis in the age categories 15-24 and 25-54. In Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia, the number of people with a duration of employment of up to one year differs in all age categories. In the Czech Republic, there is a significant difference only between the youngest group and the other two. In all countries, the largest number of people with the employment of up to one year is in the age group 25-54. In none of the examined countries was a gender unemployment gap proved before Covid-19.
INFLUENCE OF SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING, ELECTRONIC WORD OF MOUTH AND CONSUMER ENGAGEMENT TO BRAND LOYALTY IN INDONESIA GRAB COMPANY Bismoaziiz; Usep Suhud; Saparuddin
International Journal of Business and Social Science Research Vol. 2 No. 2 (2021): February
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This study aims to analyze social media marketing, electronic word of mouth, and consumer attachment to brand loyalty in Grab Indonesia. The research design used is quantitative research with a causal approach that examines the effect of exogenous variables (social media marketing, electronic word of mouth, and consumer attachment) on endogenous variables (brand loyalty). The population in this study were consumers of social media followers (Instagram) grab with an infinite number, therefore sampling was carried out using purposive sampling with the consideration of respondents as followers of Instagram grab with a minimum period of following is 6 months and has given "likes" to the grab Instagram posts. The sample used in this study were consumers of online transportation companies (grab) as many as 300 respondents. This research analysis tool uses a structural equation model (SEM). The results showed that the exogenous variables (social media marketing, electronic word of mouth, and consumer attachment) positively and significantly affect endogenous variables (brand loyalty). The variable that has the highest value in influencing brand loyalty is social media marketing. Meanwhile, the variable that directly influences brand loyalty with the lowest regression coefficient is electronic word of mouth.
The Effect of Leadership and Work Environment on Job Satisfaction Through Motivation as a Mediation Variables in PT. Trinitan Plastic Industries Aisyaturrido; Imam Wibowo; Nuridin. SE. MM
International Journal of Business and Social Science Research Vol. 2 No. 2 (2021): February
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This study aims to determine the direct influence of leadership and work environment on job satisfaction, to know the direct influence of motivation on job satisfaction, to know the direct influence of leadership and work environment on motivation, and to know the influence of leadership and work environment on job satisfaction through motivation. This study using the path analysis method and the sample of researchers using a random sample of 62 employees. The results showed that leadership and work environment directly influence job satisfaction. Motivation directly affects job satisfaction. Directly leadership and work environment affect motivation, and leadership and work environment affect job satisfaction through motivation.
POTENTIAL AND PROSPECTUS IN AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENT OF LAI CHAU PROVINCE, VIETNAM Nguyen Thu Thuy; Duong Thi Tinh; Nguyen Quang Hop
International Journal of Business and Social Science Research Vol. 2 No. 2 (2021): February
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Lai Chau province has many potentialities in agricultural development such as climate, soil, diverse topography, support policies of the Government, locality, long tradition of farming...Period 2016 - 2020, the growth rate of the agricultural sector will maintain from 5-6%, the food production is increased, Some dominant crops of the province are being invested for development: tea, medicinal plants, specialty rice...However, the level of deep processing for agricultural products is still low, so the value of goods is not high, the products are mainly consumed in the domestic market, the penetration into supermarkets or export is still limited...Therefore, building a suitable agricultural development orientation will help farmers, businesses, and the Lai Chau province government to have specific solutions in the future to bring high-tech agriculture becomes a key economic direction of the province.

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