https://aptikom-journal.id/index.php/conferenceseries/issue/feed Conference Series 2021-01-28T10:22:48+00:00 Open Journal Systems https://aptikom-journal.id/index.php/conferenceseries/article/view/450 Analysis of the Role of Universities in Supporting Sustainable Growth: the Case in Indonesia 2021-01-26T07:01:38+00:00 Rini Kurnia Sari rini@binus.ac.id Cecep Hidayat rini@binus.ac.id Stephanie Bangapadang rini@binus.ac.id <p><em><span style="font-weight: 400;">&nbsp;Indonesia is predicted to experience a demographic bonus period in 2030. In order for&nbsp; Indonesia to get the maximum benefit from this demographic bonus, the availability of abundant&nbsp; productive-age human resources must be balanced by improving the quality of education and&nbsp; skills. Educated and competitive human resources need to be improved in terms of the number&nbsp; and quality of competitiveness to support sustainable growth. In this research, the authors want to see the role of universities in influencing economic growth. The role of universities can&nbsp; be measured by the number of universities, college enrollment rate and the human development&nbsp; index (HDI). The analysis used in this study is multiple linear regression analysis. The research&nbsp; data used are panel data, data from 34 provinces in Indonesia with the study year 2015 - 2018.</span></em></p> 2021-01-26T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 https://aptikom-journal.id/index.php/conferenceseries/article/view/453 The Influence Of Job Promotion, Work Culture, Work Facilities, Work Satisfaction On Employee Performance In The Hj Bunda Halimah Hospital Batam 2021-01-26T07:28:13+00:00 Jemmy Rumengan jemmyuniba@gmail.com Adnan Suhardis jemmyuniba@gmail.com Dahlan Gunawan jemmyuniba@gmail.com <p><em><span style="font-weight: 400;">In this study, researchers used respondent data, such as gender, age and duration&nbsp; of work of respondents to be able to provide information about the characteristics of&nbsp; respondents. The study population was employees in the Hj. Bunda Halimah hospital,&nbsp; which consists of doctors and health workers such as nurses, midwives and administrative&nbsp; staff. The sample is determined by the number of sample members (sample size) 55 people with proportional random sampling technique. 15 doctors and 40 health&nbsp; employees. This research is the result of a field study to obtain questionnaire answer data&nbsp; that measures five main variables in this study, namely Transformational Leadership,&nbsp; Work Culture, Work Facilities, Job Satisfaction towards Performance in The Hj Bunda Halimah Hospital. The instrument was developed based on theoretical studies, then&nbsp; defined in conceptual definitions, operational definitions, and developed through lattice&nbsp; instruments and technical techniques. Knitted data analysis uses descriptive statistics and&nbsp; statistical analysis to test the significance of path coefficients, descriptive statistics to&nbsp; present data in the form of frequency distribution tables, histograms, and the number of&nbsp; statistics such as media, modes, averages, variants, and foreign standards. exchange.&nbsp; Statistical tests are used to test the significance of path coefficients using Partial Least&nbsp; Square (PLS) which is a Multivariate Analysis in the second generation using structural&nbsp; equation modeling (SEM). PLS can be used for a small number of samples, and of course&nbsp; with a large number of samples will be better able to improve the accuracy of estimates.&nbsp; PLS does not require the assumption that data distribution must be normal or not. The&nbsp; construct form can use a reflective or formative model in which from the results of&nbsp; statistical analysis, the relationship between variables formulated in the formulation of a&nbsp; problem as many as 7 pieces obtained significant results. </span></em></p> 2021-01-26T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 https://aptikom-journal.id/index.php/conferenceseries/article/view/458 Influence Of Emotional Intelligence, Self-efficiency, Working Spirit, Work Satisfaction On Employee Work Achievement In Batam University 2021-01-26T08:13:00+00:00 Adnan Suhardis adnansuhardis92@gmail.com jemm Rumengan adnansuhardis92@gmail.com Dahlan Gunawan adnansuhardis92@gmail.com <p><em><span style="font-weight: 400;">&nbsp;This study, researchers used respondent data, such as gender, age and duration of work of respondents to be able to provide information about the characteristics of respondents. The study population was employees at Batam University, which consisted of dosons and employees. The sample is determined by the number of sample members (sample size) of 60 people by proportional random sampling technique. 20 lecturers and 40 Batam university employees. This research is the result of a field study to obtain questionnaire answer data that measures five main variables in this study, namely Emotional Intelligence, Self-Efficiency, Working Spirit, Work Satisfaction to work achievement of Batam University employees. The instrument was developed based on theoretical studies, then defined in conceptual definitions, operational definitions, and developed through lattice instruments and technical techniques. Knitted data analysis uses descriptive statistics and statistical analysis to test the significance of path coefficients, descriptive statistics to present data in the form of frequency distribution tables, histograms, and the number of statistics such as media, modes, averages, variants, and foreign standards. exchange. Statistical tests are used to test the significance of path coefficients using Partial Least Square (PLS) which is a Multivariate Analysis in the second generation using structural equation modeling (SEM). PLS can be used for a&nbsp; small number of samples, and of course with a large number of samples will be better able to improve the accuracy of estimates. PLS does not require the assumption that data distribution must be normal or not. The construct form can use a reflective or formative model in which from the results of statistical analysis, the relationship between variables formulated in the formulation of a problem as many as 7 pieces obtained significant results.</span></em></p> 2021-01-26T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 https://aptikom-journal.id/index.php/conferenceseries/article/view/459 Influence Of Work Discipline, Ethics, Communication, Work Satisfaction On Employee Work Loyalty In Batam University 2021-01-26T08:26:34+00:00 Sri Yanti sri.yanti@univbatam.ac.id Jemmy Rumengan sri.yanti@univbatam.ac.id Dahlan Gunawan sri.yanti@univbatam.ac.id <p><em><span style="font-weight: 400;">This study, researchers used respondent data, such as gender, age and duration of&nbsp; work of respondents to be able to provide information about the characteristics of&nbsp; respondents. The study population was employees at Batam University, which consisted&nbsp; of dozens and employees. The sample is determined by the number of sample members&nbsp; (sample size) of 90 people by proportional random sampling technique. 45 lecturers and&nbsp; 45 Batam university employees. This research is the result of a field study to obtain&nbsp; questionnaire answer data that measures five main variables in this study, namely Work&nbsp; Discipline, Ethics, Communication, Job Satisfaction of work Loyalty at Batam University&nbsp; employees. The instrument was developed based on theoretical studies, then defined in&nbsp; conceptual definitions, operational definitions, and developed through lattice instruments&nbsp; and technical techniques. Knitted data analysis uses descriptive statistics and statistical&nbsp; analysis to test the significance of path coefficients, descriptive statistics to present data&nbsp; in the form of frequency distribution tables, histograms, and the number of statistics such&nbsp; as media, modes, averages, variants, and foreign standards. exchange. Statistical tests are&nbsp; used to test the significance of path coefficients using Partial Least Square (PLS) which is&nbsp; a Multivariate Analysis in the second generation using structural equation modeling&nbsp; (SEM). PLS can be used for a small number of samples, and of course with a large&nbsp; number of samples will be better able to improve the accuracy of estimates. PLS does not&nbsp; require the assumption that data distribution must be normal or not. The construct form&nbsp; can use a reflective or formative model in which from the results of statistical analysis,&nbsp; the relationship between variables formulated in the formulation of a problem as many as&nbsp; 7 pieces obtained significant results. </span></em></p> 2021-01-26T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 https://aptikom-journal.id/index.php/conferenceseries/article/view/460 The Influence of Transformational Leadership, Organizational Culture, Work Environment, Organizational Commitment on Job Satisfaction of Batam University employees 2021-01-26T08:41:02+00:00 Tommy Rumengan tommyarbyrumengan@gmail.com Jemmy Rumengan tommyarbyrumengan@gmail.com Dahlan Gunawan tommyarbyrumengan@gmail.com <p><em><span style="font-weight: 400;">This study, researchers used respondent data, such as gender, age and duration of&nbsp; work of respondents to be able to provide information about the characteristics of&nbsp; respondents. The study population was employees at Batam University, which consisted&nbsp; of dozens and employees. The sample is determined by the number of sample members&nbsp; (sample size) of 60 people by proportional random sampling technique. 25 lecturers and&nbsp; 35 Batam university employees. This research is the result of a field study to obtain&nbsp; questionnaire answer data that measures five main variables in this study, namely&nbsp; Transformational Leadership, Organizational Culture, Work Environment, Organizational&nbsp; Commitment to Job Satisfaction of Batam University employees. The instrument was&nbsp; developed based on theoretical studies, then defined in conceptual definitions, operational&nbsp; definitions, and developed through lattice instruments and technical techniques. Knitted&nbsp; data analysis uses descriptive statistics and statistical analysis to test the significance of&nbsp; path coefficients, descriptive statistics to present data in the form of frequency&nbsp; distribution tables, histograms, and the number of statistics such as media, modes,&nbsp; averages, variants, and foreign standards. exchange. Statistical tests are used to test the&nbsp; significance of path coefficients using Partial Least Square (PLS) which is a Multivariate&nbsp; Analysis in the second generation using structural equation modeling (SEM). PLS can be&nbsp; used for a small number of samples, and of course with a large number of samples will be&nbsp; better able to improve the accuracy of estimates. PLS does not require the assumption&nbsp; that data distribution must be normal or not. The construct form can use a reflective or&nbsp; formative model in which from the results of statistical analysis, the relationship between&nbsp; variables formulated in the formulation of a problem as many as 7 pieces obtained&nbsp; significant results.&nbsp;</span></em></p> 2021-01-26T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 https://aptikom-journal.id/index.php/conferenceseries/article/view/461 The Influence Of Locus Of Control, Self Efficacy And Discipline Of Work, Job Satisfaction On Work Motivation In The Hj Bunda Halimah Hospital Batam 2021-01-26T09:32:46+00:00 Arman Syarif armansyarif1@gmail.com Jemmy Rumengan armansyarif1@gmail.com Dahlan Gunawan armansyarif1@gmail.com <p><em><span style="font-weight: 400;">In this study, researchers used respondent data, such as gender, age and duration&nbsp; of work of respondents to be able to provide information about the characteristics of&nbsp; respondents. The study population was employees in the Hj. Bunda Halimah Hospital&nbsp; Batam, which consists of doctors and health workers such as nurses, midwives and&nbsp; administrative staff. The sample is determined by the number of sample members&nbsp; (sample size) 55 people by proportional random sampling technique. 15 doctors and 40&nbsp; health employees. This study is the result of a field study to obtain questionnaire answer&nbsp; data that measures five main variables in this study, namely locus Of Control, Self&nbsp; Efficacy And Discipline Of Work, Job Satisfaction on Work Motivation of employees in&nbsp; the Hj. Bunda Halimah Hospital Batam. The instrument was developed based on&nbsp; theoretical studies, then defined in conceptual definitions, operational definitions, and&nbsp; developed through lattice instruments and technical techniques. Knitted data analysis uses&nbsp; descriptive statistics and statistical analysis to test the significance of path coefficients,&nbsp; descriptive statistics to present data in the form of frequency distribution tables,&nbsp; histograms, and the number of statistics such as media, modes, averages, variants, and&nbsp; foreign standards. exchange. Statistical tests are used to test the significance of path&nbsp; coefficients using Partial Least Square (PLS) which is a Multivariate Analysis in the&nbsp; second generation using structural equation modeling (SEM). PLS can be used for a&nbsp; small number of samples, and of course with a large number of samples will be better&nbsp; able to improve the accuracy of estimates. PLS does not require the assumption that data&nbsp; distribution must be normal or not. The construct form can use a reflective or formative&nbsp; model in which from the results of statistical analysis, the relationship between variables&nbsp; formulated in the formulation of a problem as many as 7 pieces obtained significant&nbsp; results.&nbsp;</span></em></p> 2021-01-26T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 https://aptikom-journal.id/index.php/conferenceseries/article/view/462 The Influence of Transformational Leadership, Compensation, Organizational Climate, Work Satisfaction on the Performance of Puskesmas Kijang Employees in Bintan Regency 2021-01-27T08:32:55+00:00 Verlina Y Kawangung itsablueday1@gmail.com Putri Rahmawati itsablueday1@gmail.com Faisal Husni itsablueday1@gmail.com Didi Kurniadi itsablueday1@gmail.com <p><em><span style="font-weight: 400;">This study uses a causal model survey method using path analysis techniques. The aims of this study is to confirm the theoretical model with empirical data, the study population is employees at Kijang Health Center in Bintan&nbsp; Regency, which consists of civil servants and temporary employees with samples of 44 employees. Data collecting&nbsp; technical using variable measurements by questionnaire instruments, this instrument was developed based on&nbsp; theoretical studies. Data analysis uses descriptive statistics and analysis statistics. Statistical tests are used to test the&nbsp; significance of path coefficients using Partial Least Square (PLS), which is a Multivariate Analysis in the second&nbsp; generation using structural equation modeling (SEM). PLS can be used for a small number of samples and does not&nbsp; require the assumption that data distribution must be normal or not. The relationships between variables formulated in&nbsp; the formulation of the problem as many as 6 pieces obtained significant results.</span></em></p> 2021-01-27T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 https://aptikom-journal.id/index.php/conferenceseries/article/view/463 The Influence of Career Development, Competence, Work Motivation, Job Satisfaction, Against the Performance of Health Service Employees in Bintan Regency 2021-01-27T09:04:54+00:00 Putri Rahmawati putribintan83@gmail.com Verlina Y Kawangung putribintan83@gmail.com Didi Kurniadi putribintan83@gmail.com Faisal Husni putribintan83@gmail.com <p><em><span style="font-weight: 400;">This study uses a causal model survey method using path analysis techniques. This study aims to confirm the&nbsp; theoretical model with empirical data, the study population is employees in the Bintan Regency Health Office, which&nbsp; consists of civil servants and honorary employees with samples of 89 employees. Data collecting technical using&nbsp; variable measurements by questionnaire instruments, this instrument was developed based on theoretical studies. Data&nbsp; analysis uses descriptive statistics and statistical analysis. Statistical tests are used to test the significance of path&nbsp; coefficients using Partial Least Square (PLS) which is a Multivariate Analysis in the second generation using structural&nbsp; equation modeling (SEM). PLS can be used for a small number of samples and does not require the assumption that&nbsp; data distribution must be normal or not. The results of the analysis found that relationships between variables&nbsp; formulated in the formulation of the problem as many as 6 pieces obtained significant.&nbsp;</span></em></p> 2021-01-27T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 https://aptikom-journal.id/index.php/conferenceseries/article/view/464 The Influence of Career Development, Competence, Work Motivation, Job Satisfaction, Against the Performance of Health Service Employees in Bintan Regency 2021-01-27T09:13:48+00:00 Faisal Husni faisalhsn81@gmail.com Didi Kurniadi faisalhsn81@gmail.com Verlina Y Kawangung faisalhsn81@gmail.com Putri Rahmawati faisalhsn81@gmail.com <p><em><span style="font-weight: 400;">This study uses a causal model survey method using path analysis techniques. This study aims to confirm the&nbsp; theoretical model with empirical data, the study population is employees in Investment and Integrated Service Office&nbsp; Bintan Regency, with sample of 39 employees. Data collecting technical using variable measurements by a&nbsp; questionnaire instrument, this instrument was developed based on theoretical studies. Data analysis uses descriptive&nbsp; statistics and statistical analysis. Statistical tests are used to test the significance of path coefficients using Partial Least&nbsp; Square (PLS) which is a Multivariate Analysis in the second generation using structural equation modeling (SEM). PLS&nbsp; can be used for a small number of samples and does not require the assumption that data distribution must be normal or&nbsp; not. The results of the analysis found that the relationships between variables formulated in the formulation of the&nbsp; problem as many as 6 pieces obtained significant results.&nbsp;</span></em></p> 2021-01-27T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 https://aptikom-journal.id/index.php/conferenceseries/article/view/465 The Influence of Emotional Intelligence, Job Promotion, Work Environment, Work Discipline on the Loyalty of Human Resources and Development Board Employees in Bintan Regency 2021-01-27T09:48:35+00:00 Didi Kurniadi didi.kurniadi88@gmail.com Faisal hus didi.kurniadi88@gmail.com Putri Rahmawati didi.kurniadi88@gmail.com Verlina Y Kawangung didi.kurniadi88@gmail.com <p><em><span style="font-weight: 400;">This study uses a causal model survey method using path analysis techniques. This study aims to confirm the&nbsp; theoretical model with empirical data, the study population is employees in Human Resources and Development Board&nbsp; Bintan Regency, which consists of civil servants with a sample of 39 members of civil servants. Data collecting&nbsp; technical using variable measurements using a questionnaire instrument, this instrument was developed based on&nbsp; theoretical studies. Data analysis uses descriptive statistics and statistical analysis. Statistical tests are used to test the&nbsp; significance of path coefficients using Partial Least Square (PLS) which is a Multivariate Analysis in the second&nbsp; generation using structural equation modeling (SEM). PLS can be used for a small number of samples and does not&nbsp; require the assumption that data distribution must be normal or not.Tthe relationship between variables formulated in&nbsp; the formulation of a problem as many as 7 pieces obtained significant results.</span></em></p> 2021-01-27T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 https://aptikom-journal.id/index.php/conferenceseries/article/view/466 Effects of Job Stress, Work Culture and Against the Performance of Lecturers and Work Associations as Intervening Variables at the University of Ibnu Sina 2021-01-27T10:05:10+00:00 Mulyadi Mulyadi mulyadi@uis.ac.id Nelly Chandrawati Manalu mulyadi@uis.ac.id Andi Hidayatul Fadillah fadlilah@uis.ac.id Firdaus Hamta firdaus.hamta@yahoo.co.id <p><em><span style="font-weight: 400;">The purpose of this study is to determine the causality of work stress relationships, work ties to the performance&nbsp; of lecturers and payments at Ibnu Sina University. The research was carried out using quantitative methods and statistical&nbsp; package analysis tools for Social Sciences (SPSS) 25 with respondents surveyed 99 samples from 132 lecturer populations&nbsp; and research using questionnaires. The results of the study that (1) work stress directly does not significantly influence the&nbsp; performance of lecturers at the University of Ibnu Sina; (2) work culture directly has a significant effect on lecturer&nbsp; performance at Ibnu Sina University; (3) work ties directly have insignificant effect on the performance of lecturers at Ibnu&nbsp; Sina University; (4) work stress does not have a significant effect on lecturers' performance through work ties at Ibnu Sina&nbsp; University; (5) work culture has no significant effect on the performance of lecturers through work ties at the Ibnu Sina&nbsp; University.&nbsp;</span></em></p> 2021-01-27T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 https://aptikom-journal.id/index.php/conferenceseries/article/view/468 Effectiveness Of Work From Home (Wfh) On Teacher Performance In Batam 2021-01-28T09:48:45+00:00 Nelly Chandrawati Manalu nchandrawati782@gmail.com Mulyadi Mulyadi mulyadi@uis.ac.id <p><em><span style="font-weight: 400;">The purpose of this study is to analyze effective work from home on leadership,&nbsp; competency, taining, and facility and technology to teacher performance. The design used is&nbsp; hypothesis testing using Statistical Package for the Social Sciences (SPSS). The population&nbsp; and respondents in this study was teachers in Batam city. The results of the study show that&nbsp; the leadership has no significant effect on teacher performance with significant = 0.360 and&nbsp; competency has significant effect to teacher performance with significant value = 0,036&nbsp; results on training has significant effect on teacher performance with significant 0,005, and&nbsp; facility and technology also has significant effect on teacher performance with value of&nbsp; significant is 0,000. The results show that between leadership, competency, training, facility&nbsp; and technology together influence teacher performance with significant 0,000. Based on&nbsp; the two tests above between the Uji t and Uji F test and the direct test, it can be concluded&nbsp; that the rules of the leadership do not have a significant impact on the performance of&nbsp; teachers for that the schools, management and education offices focus on competency of&nbsp; teacher on conduct class on line or PJJ. Based on the result for adjusted R square can be explained&nbsp; at 51,7% is influenced by the four variables (Leadership, Competency, Training, Facility and&nbsp; Technology) to teacher performance, the other 48.3% is the contribution of other variables&nbsp; not included in this research. According to results testing in this research training, facility and&nbsp; technology significantly impact on teacher performance in PJJ class, which means governance&nbsp; and school management, provide some course training to increase teacher performance. Next research model can be explain with mediating variabel to make sure and increase adjusted R&nbsp; square results for example variabel the role of organizational commitment in organizational&nbsp; structure, organizational strategy and management.</span></em></p> 2021-01-28T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 https://aptikom-journal.id/index.php/conferenceseries/article/view/469 The Effect Of Transformational Leadership Style, Transactional Leadership And Charismatic Leadership On Organizational Citizenship Behavior (Ocb) with Working Culture as an Intervening Variable 2021-01-28T09:55:45+00:00 Andika Prasetya Nugraha andikaprasetya.semm@gmail.com <p><em><span style="font-weight: 400;">This study aims to determine the effect of transformational leadership style and transactional leadership&nbsp; style on extra-role behavior or often called Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) in the Regional Government&nbsp; Secretariat of Karimun Regency. Extra role behavior performed by civil servants cannot be separated from the&nbsp; patterns and abilities of each employee's character. This character can be called the work culture of each of these&nbsp; employees. Are the two leadership styles namely the Transformational leadership style, Transactional leadership and&nbsp; Charismatic leadership can increase extra-role behavior or often called Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB)&nbsp; where work culture is an intervening variable. This research was conducted at the Secretariat of the Regional&nbsp; Government of Karimun Regency, Riau Islands. The population in this study was 50 employees. By using the census&nbsp; method where the number of research samples will be taken as a whole from members of the population. Data were&nbsp; analyzed using Structural Equation Modeling (SEM).</span></em></p> 2021-01-28T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 https://aptikom-journal.id/index.php/conferenceseries/article/view/470 The Influence Of Transformational Leadership, Personal Value And Organizational Commitment To The Performance Of Millerial Employees In Digital Era In Companies Internet Services Provider (Isp) In City Batam With Motivation As An Intervening Variable 2021-01-28T10:01:02+00:00 Nurhatisyah nurhatisyah nurhatisyah@univbatam.ac.id Jemmy Rumengan nurhatisyah@univbatam.ac.id Bambang Satriawan nurhatisyah@univbatam.ac.id Sri Yanti nurhatisyah@univbatam.ac.id Ana Fahizah nurhatisyah@univbatam.ac.id Nolla Puspita Dewi nurhatisyah@univbatam.ac.id <p><em><span style="font-weight: 400;">This study aims to analyze the effect of transformational leadership, personal value, and organizational commitment on&nbsp; the performance of millennial employees with motivation as an intervening variable on millennial employees of internet&nbsp; service provider companies in Batam. This type of research is associative causality. This research was conducted using&nbsp; a survey method by distributing questionnaires. The population of this research is three internet service provider&nbsp; companies domiciled in Batam Center. Data analysis methods used are descriptive statistical analysis and Partial Least&nbsp; Square (SEM-PLS) analysis. The analysis was assisted with the Smart PLS 3.0 program. The results of this study&nbsp; indicate that transformational leadership and organizational commitment significantly influence the performance of&nbsp; millennial employees of internet service provider companies in Batam while personal value has no significant effect.&nbsp; transformational leadership has no significant effect on motivation, while personal values and organizational&nbsp; commitment have a significant effect on motivation. The transformational leadership, personal value, and&nbsp; organizational commitment indirectly have insignificant effect on the performance of millennial employees of internet&nbsp; service provider companies in Batam with motivation as an intervening variable. transformational leadership has no&nbsp; significant effect on motivation, while personal values and organizational commitment have a significant effect on&nbsp; motivation. The transformational leadership, personal value, and organizational commitment indirectly have&nbsp; insignificant effect on the performance of millennial employees of internet service provider companies in Batam with&nbsp; motivation as an intervening variable. transformational leadership has no significant effect on motivation, while&nbsp; personal values and organizational commitment have a significant effect on motivation. The transformational&nbsp; leadership, personal value, and organizational commitment indirectly have insignificant effect on the performance of&nbsp; millennial employees of internet service provider companies in Batam with motivation as an intervening variable. </span></em></p> 2021-01-28T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 https://aptikom-journal.id/index.php/conferenceseries/article/view/471 Effect Of Work Discipline, Ethics, Communication, Job Satisfaction On Employee Loyalty (Case Study Of The Public Relations Protocol Bureau Of The Regional Secretariat Of The Riau Islands Province) 2021-01-28T10:07:24+00:00 Aludin Andi andi_protokol@yahoo.com Jemmy Rumengan andi_protokol@yahoo.com Adnan Suhardis andi_protokol@yahoo.com <p><em><span style="font-weight: 400;">This study uses a causal model survey method using path analysis techniques, based on the reasons this study aims to confirm the theoretical model with empirical data, the study population is employees of the Riau Islands Province Secretariat Public Relations Protocol Bureau, which consists of employees with a sample of 174 employees, because the population limited from all members of the sample population so this study uses saturated samples taken through census techniques using proportional random sampling when collecting technical data using variable measurements using a questionnaire instrument in which each employee is given five questionnaire instruments for the source of the measurement variables studied In addition to research instruments that use questionnaire, the instrument was developed based on theoretical studies, then defined in conceptual definitions, operational definitions, and developed through lattice instruments and technical techniques. Knitted data analysis uses descriptive statistics and statistical analysis to test the significance of path coefficients, descriptive statistics to present data in the form of frequency distribution tables, histograms, and total statistics such as media, modes, averages, variants, and foreign exchange standards. Statistical tests are used to test the significance of path coefficients using Partial Least Square (PLS) which is a Multivariate Analysis in the second generation using structural equation modeling (SEM). PLS can be used for a small number of samples, and of course with a large number of samples will be better able to improve the accuracy of estimates. PLS does not require the assumption that data distribution must be normal or not. The construct form can use a reflective or formative model in which from the results of statistical analysis, the relationship between variables formulated in the formulation of a problem as many as 7 pieces obtained significant results.</span></em></p> <p><em><span style="font-weight: 400;">&nbsp;</span></em></p> 2021-01-28T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 https://aptikom-journal.id/index.php/conferenceseries/article/view/472 The Effect Of Competence, Job Stress And Perceived Organizational Support On Employee Performance With Organizational Commitments As Intervening Variables 2021-01-28T10:13:00+00:00 Nolla Puspita Dewi nollapuspitadewi@univbatam.ac.id Intan Rahmadian nollapuspitadewi@univbatam.ac.id Jemmy Rumengan nollapuspitadewi@univbatam.ac.id Bambang Satriawan nollapuspitadewi@univbatam.ac.id Sri y nollapuspitadewi@univbatam.ac.id Nurhatisyah nurhatisyah nollapuspitadewi@univbatam.ac.id Ana Faizah nollapuspitadewi@univbatam.ac.id <p><em><span style="font-weight: 400;">This study aims to analyze the effect of Competence, Job Sress, and Perceptual Organizational Support on Performance with Organizational Commitment as an Intervening Variable on Tanjungpinang City government employees. This type of research is associative causality. This research was conducted using a survey method by distributing questionnaires from government agencies in the Tanjungpinang City Government. The population of this study was all Regional Apparatus Organizations in Tanjungpinang City Government, totaling 31 Regional Apparatus Organizations, consisting of 97 sample respondents including the Head of Financial Subdivision, Head of Program Subdivision, Program Subdivision Secretary, Secretary, Development and Development Division of Control Programs in the Planning Agency, Development, Research and Development of Tanjungpinang City, and Inspectorate auditors. Data analysis methods used are descriptive statistical analysis and Partial Least Square (SEM-PLS) analysis. The results of this study indicate that competence has a significant effect on performance, work stress and perceived organizational support has no significant effect on performance. Competence does not significantly influence organizational commitment. Job stress and perceived organizational support have a significant effect on organizational commitment. Organizational commitment has no significant effect on performance. Indirectly, organizational commitment mediates the relationship of competence and organizational support, but does not mediate the relationship between work stress and performance</span></em></p> 2021-01-28T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021 https://aptikom-journal.id/index.php/conferenceseries/article/view/473 Influence Of Servant Leadership, Organizational Safety Culture And Work Environment On Organizational Citizenship Behavior In Application Of Patient Safety With Affective Organizational Commitment 2021-01-28T10:22:48+00:00 Ana Faizah anafaizah@univbatam.ac.id Jemmy Rumengan anafaizah@univbatam.ac.id Nurhatisyah nurhatisyah anafaizah@univbatam.ac.id Sri Yanti anafaizah@univbatam.ac.id Nolla Puspita Dewi anafaizah@univbatam.ac.id <p><em><span style="font-weight: 400;">&nbsp;The success of the application of patient safety in hospitals, among others, is measured by how much the productivity of nurses in providing quality nursing care to patients and their families. Factors that influence patient safety: organization (safety culture), work environment, individual factors and citizenship behavior, work behavior, teamwork structure and (servant) leadership. In this regard, the purpose of this literature review study is to prove the influence of servant leadership, organizational safety culture and work environment on OCB in the application of patient safety with affective organizational commitment in hospital. This literature review is based on literature sources and related scientific research journals. The method used in this paper is to search from the EBSCO, ProQuest, and Google Scholar databases using keywords servant leadership, organizational safety culture, work environment, OCB, and patient safety. The study population was health workers in the hospital, which measures in the construction are 54 respondents, with a random sampling technique as the sample of the population. The data were analyzed using parametric and non-parametric statistics with SEM-PLS (Structural Equation Modeling-Partial Least Square). The research proves that: Servant leaders and organizational safety culture that is applied, as well as a supportive work environment, have a positive influence on OCB in the application of patient safety in hospitals. Furthermore, it is expected that nurse managers will be able to implement servant leadership and safety culture as well as adequate work environment support so that OCB in implementing patient safety can run optimally, this can be assessed based on patient safety incidents and service quality as hospital brand equity.</span></em></p> 2021-01-28T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2021