Journal of Management and Business
ISSN / EISSN : 1412-3789 / 2477-1783
Published by: Universitas Surabaya (10.24123)
Total articles ≅ 309
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Journal of Management and Business, Volume 20; https://doi.org/10.24123/jmb.v20i2.534
In this era of industry 4.0, the role of technology is getting bigger and broader in the industry. This technology has changed some of the old habits and paradigms in the relationship between companies and job seekers. One of the changes currently occurring is that job seekers can find information related to a company through an online collaborative company review which can be found easily on the employment website. This study aims to determine what information job seekers consider essential from an online collaborative review of a company. Data from the 203 millennial generations in Indonesia were collected. The study results found that the most sought-after variable from an online collaborative company review was Basic salary exposition, followed by Job description. The following variable is Work-life balance or working condition, followed by the Company profile variable, Benefits and incentives, Positive things about a company, and negative things about a company.
Journal of Management and Business, Volume 20; https://doi.org/10.24123/jmb.v20i2.524
This study aims to explore the perspective of customer experience in managing Majapahit House in Bejijong Village by explaining the phenomena that are being the questions of the study. Then to explain the phenomena that occur, this study uses a qualitative method with a phenomenological paradigm. The results of this study indicate the views of managers and tourists towards activities that refer to three conditions: before, during the service delivery process and the service has been provided. This research is useful for business managers, especially related to the field of tourism to see the importance of managing customer experience.
Journal of Management and Business, Volume 20; https://doi.org/10.24123/jmb.v20i2.541
This study seeks to reveal the effect of service quality on customer loyalty mediated by corporate image and customer satisfaction at restaurant X in Surabaya. Data were collected using a questionnaire for each variable, on 150 subjects with the characteristics of a minimum age of 19 years, and a minimum education of senior high school. Data were collected and analyzed using the SEM method with the help of SPSS AMOS 21 software. The results showed that service quality has an influence on customer satisfaction, through corporate image, which in turn affect customer loyalty. Corporate image mediator is fully functional because there is no direct relationship between service quality and customer satisfaction. This shows that consumers feel satisfied not directly caused by service quality, but good service quality form a positive corporate image which then make consumers feel satisfied, ultimately affecting loyalty.
Journal of Management and Business, Volume 20; https://doi.org/10.24123/jmb.v20i2.508
The improvement in the performance of Indonesian banking when the global economy is being hit by uncertainty is one of the best achievements. Acquiring profitability is accompanied by an increase in efficiency in using available resources to gain profit. This study aims to measure and analyze the performance of Indonesian banking based on Profit Efficiency. Profit Efficiency of a bank is analysed based on BUKU (Bank Umum Kelompok Usaha). The profit Efficiency is measured using the Sthocastic Frontier Analysis (SFA) Frontier 4.1 with the translog model of Alternative Profit Efficiency. The input variables used are: labor costs, physical capital costs and interest costs. The output variable used is the amount of credit and the amount of other productive assets. The model equation used is the Bank Activity Approach. The total sample was 19 commercial banks listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) and had financial reports from the year of 2010 to 2019. The results of banking Profit Efficiency measurement based on BUKU conclude that BUKU 2 indicated that each bank’s Profit Efficiency tends to be increasingly inefficient. BUKU 3 of profit efficiency of banks tends to be more efficient. BUKU 4 shows that banks in this group of Profit efficiency are increasingly efficient. This means that the greater the bank’s core capital, the more efficient it is in generating profits.
Journal of Management and Business, Volume 20; https://doi.org/10.24123/jmb.v20i2.517
The CEO has an important role as a decision maker in the company and is responsible for the company's performance. This study was conducted to measure the effect of CEO on earnings management in 495 samples of non-financial companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange in 2017-2019 using panel regression analysis with classical assumption testing. The results of panel regression examiners show that there is no significant effect between female CEOs and CEO turnover on earnings management proxies with discretionary accruals. Meanwhile, CEO tenure and company size show a significant negative relationship with earnings management. On the other hand, leverage and return on assets have a significant positive effect on earnings management. In addition, there is no significant influence between company age and Market to Book ratio on earnings management.
Journal of Management and Business, Volume 20; https://doi.org/10.24123/jmb.v20i2.496
Nurse caring behavior is the core of nursing where nurses must be respectful and responsive to patient preferences, values and needs. Caring behavior is influenced by several factors, including workload, lack of time, and burnout. A nurse with a high tendency to burnout will experience loss of motivation, burnout and affect work professionalism, especially on the caring behavior of nurses to patients. This study aims to analyze the effect of work engagement on nurses' caring behavior with burnout as an intervening variable. This research used quantitative with cross sectional approach. The number of samples in this study amounted to 74 nurses. The sampling technique used in this study was purposive sampling. The research instrument used was a questionnaire. The analysis used is path analysis. The result of statistical test of work engagement variable with burnout on nurses has a significant effect in a negative direction. In addition, work engagement with nurses' caring behavior has a significant effect in a positive direction. Meanwhile, burnout with nurse caring behavior has a significant effect in a negative direction. The sobel test results show the effect of work engagement on nurses' caring behavior with burnout as an intervening variable.
Journal of Management and Business, Volume 20; https://doi.org/10.24123/jmb.v20i1.424
Journal of Management and Business, Volume 20; https://doi.org/10.24123/jmb.v20i1.436
Journal of Management and Business, Volume 20; https://doi.org/10.24123/jmb.v20i1.467
This research purpose is to analyze the development of entrepreneurship intention of the student through entrepreneurship course. The research subjects are the students, the lecturers of Entrepreneurship course and the coordinator of Entrepreneurship Course in Ciputra University. The research uses qualitative descriptive study. This research result shows that the development of entrepreneurship intention of the student through entrepreneurship course in Ciputra University is different between one to another. It depends on the student him/herself. Ciputra University already used and gives the best method to facilitate the students, but students who want to learn more about entrepreneurship is the one that can develop their entrepreneurship intention.
Journal of Management and Business, Volume 20; https://doi.org/10.24123/jmb.v20i1.485
Hospital is one of the places choosen by people who seek medical treatment when they get sick. One of the main reasons people choose a hospital is when they feel satisfied with the hospital services. The University of Muhammadiyah Malang (UMM) Hospital is classified as a new hospital that complies with the standard released by The Indonesian Health Department in term of Bed Occupancy Rate. The aim of this study is to find out the reasons behind patients' decision making on choosing medical services at UMM Hospital. A qualitative phenomenology method was used in this study. Data collection was conducted in February until March 2016. Interview was conducted to 8 informants that represent the patients from VIP class, class I, class II and class III of UMM Hospital. They are five themes about patient decision making on why they choose UMM Hospital as a health care provider such as the location, receives BPJS, friends recommendation, no other choice, and UMM Hospital is the best option. In conclusion, the patient’s decision making to choose hospitalization at UMM Hospital was influenced by several things. The existence of this information can be input for hospitals in developing appropriate marketing strategies and can further improve the quality of service to the community.