International Journal of Science, Technology & Management

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Nadiya Nafisamuna, Nurfauziah
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, Volume 3, pp 1211-1218; https://doi.org/10.46729/ijstm.v3i4.574

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The study aims to determine the level of financial distress in food and beverage companies listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) before and during the Covid-19 pandemic. The model used is the Zmijewski and Springate models. The research used is comparative quantitative research. The samples taken are all food and beverage companies in Indonesia listed on the Indonesia Stock Exchange (IDX) for the 2019 and 2020 period, which are 32 companies. The Bank's financial report data is taken through the IDX's official website, namely https://www.idx.co.id. The expected results in this study are more food and beverage companies experiencing financial distress during the Covid-19 pandemic than before the Covid-19 pandemic and there are potential differences in financial distress before and during covid-19 in food and beverage companies.
Aimará Ayelen Poliero, Inés Aubone, Marisa Amadei Enghelmayer, Valeria Soledad Rosso, Gabriela Sanchez Pascua, Maria Rosa Casales, Maria Isabel Yeannes, Leticia Fernandez, Gisela Grandinetti, Sandra Rosa Fuselli, et al.
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, Volume 3, pp 1244-1260; https://doi.org/10.46729/ijstm.v3i4.579

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The honeys from the Phytogeographic Provinces (PP) of the south of Buenos Aires province (Argentina) were characterised by the sugar composition and physicochemical parameters used for honey quality control. A large set (n=329) of traceable raw honey samples obtained from beekeepers were analysed and met the specifications of the national and/or international standards for the evaluated parameters, which denoted their blossom origin and confirmed their authenticity, good maturity and freshness. The influence of flora and the pedoclimatic conditions of each phytogeographical region, as well as their beekeeping practices, on the physical and chemical properties of honey allowed its characterization. Thus, the honeys from the southeast of Buenos Aires province were characterized by higher contents of moisture, fructose, maltose, erlose, hydroxymethylfurfural (HMF) and ash, pH and electrical conductivity (EC) and slightly lighter colours; while southwest honeys showed higher free acidities, sucrose content and ºBrix values. Honeys from the PP Espinal exhibited characteristic lower contents of fructose, HMF and ash and EC values, and larger amounts of sucrose. Honeys from the PP Monte presented typical lower moisture contents and slightly darker colours. Honeys from the PP Pampeana were typified by higher amounts of fructose.
Muhardinata Muhardinata, Erlina Erlina, Rujiman Rujiman
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, Volume 3, pp 1219-1222; https://doi.org/10.46729/ijstm.v3i4.566

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The objectives of this study are to: 1. Analyze the effect of Regional Original Income on the level of poverty in the Regency/City of North Sumatra Province. 2. Analyzing the effect of the General Allocation Fund on the poverty level in the Regency/City of North Sumatra Province. 3. Analyzing the effect of the Special Allocation Fund on the poverty level in the Regency/City of North Sumatra Province. 4. Analyzing the effect of the Revenue Sharing Fund on the poverty level in the Regency/City of North Sumatra Province. 5. Analyzing the effect of the General Allocation Fund, Special Allocation Fund, Revenue Sharing Fund, and Regional Original Income together on the poverty level in the Regency/City of North Sumatra Province. The method used is multiple linear analysis. The results in this study are 95.22 percent of the variation that occurs in the dependent variable can be explained by the independent variable. The remaining 4.78 percent is explained by other variables not used in the study such as inflation, economic growth, and unemployment; The DAU variable does not significantly affect the poverty level, the probability value of X2 is 0.0813 > 0.05, indicating that the DAK variable has no significant effect on the poverty level, the X3 probability value is 0.3698 > 0.05, indicating that the DBH variable has no significant effect. on the poverty level, and the probability value of X4 in the table is 0.6903 > 0.05, which indicates that the PAD variable has no significant effect on the poverty level; The significance of the simultaneous test that describes the effect of X1 (PAD), X2 (DAU), X3 (DAK), and X4 (DBH) together can be seen in Table 4.8 precisely on the value of Prob. (F-statistic) which is 0, 0000 < 0.05. This value shows that PAD, DAU, DAK, and DBH together have a significant effect.
Maduma Sormin, Saparso Saparso, Soegeng Wahyoedi
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, Volume 3, pp 1230-1243; https://doi.org/10.46729/ijstm.v3i4.585

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This study discusses the interest rate perceptionand credit procedures on car buying decisions mediated by purchase interest variables. The results of the research on the first hypothesis are the influence of perceptions of interest rates on purchase interest with a value of t-count 5.831> t-table 1.99 (p 0.000 <0.05). The second hypothesis in this study is that there is an effect of credit procedures on purchase interest (2.709> 1.99); (p 0.007 <0.05). The third hypothesis in this study is that there is an influence of interest on car buying decisions (2,687>1.99); (p 0.007 < 0.05). The fourth hypothesis in this study is that there is an effect of interest rate perceptionon car buying decisions (3,524>1,99); (p 0.000 < 0.05). The fifth hypothesis in this study is that there is an effect of credit procedures on car buying decisions (2,475> 1.99); (p 0.001 < 0.05). The sixth hypothesis is that the purchase interest variable cannot mediate the relationship between perceptions of interest rates on purchasing decisions (2.392 > 1.99). The seventh hypothesis is that the purchase intention variable cannot mediate the relationship between credit procedures and purchasing decisions (t 1.852 < 1.99).
Mohammad Dullah Zuli, Sudarmiatin Sudarmiatin, Rosmiza Bidin
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, Volume 3, pp 1223-1229; https://doi.org/10.46729/ijstm.v3i4.538

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The human resources which have reliable and productive have an important role for organizations or companies, especially in the era of 4.0 and digitalization in the business world, especially in employee engagement, where employees are the spearhead of the company. This study aims to see how Employee Engagement in the Kendang Jimbe Blitar Industry. This study use a qualitative descriptive research method. The results of the research from the human resource side show that CV Cherry Blossom Indonesia is very qualified because of the many employees who work all are experts (professionals), but this is a weak point for similar SMEs, especially the Kendang Jimbe Industry because after all these experts will very prone to come out if there is something that might not make them comfortable being there. 2. In terms of Employee Engagement a) Vigor : the policy which have done by the management (Mrs. Anik Sriati) to rest their employees during the day is an aspiration from the employee's proposal, of course this has been recieved so that during effective hours they can carry out activities optimally. 2) Dedication is a strong relationship between workers and what they do. CV Cherry Blossom Indonesia with 40 employees has a strong dedication to their work, this happens because indeed Kendang Jimbe Craft is a series of activities that can be carried out by experts, so that the Kendang Jimbe Industry employees there are very dedicated. 3) Absoption: work activities in the Kendang Jimbe Industry often exceed the time limit determined by the management. Sometimes workers can stay up at night while doing their work, this is certainly a note for management because after all, all work must be assessed properly.
Diah Ayu Septi Fauji, Heri Pratikto, Puji Handayati
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, Volume 3, pp 1261-1267; https://doi.org/10.46729/ijstm.v3i4.535

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Developing a framework for MSMEs to become more fragile is the goal of this research. As it is known that the business world has fluctuated a lot and is facing turbulence, so we need an anti-fragile MSME framework concept. Using Exploratory Factor Analysis (EFA), this research is then analyzed to produce 5 (five) factors that build an anti-fragile MSME framework, namely Network Building, Growth Mindset, and Willingness to Develop, Focusing on Sustainability, Support, and Ability to Overcome Risk and the last is Competence. So far, there has been no research on the anti-fragile concept for MSMEs in Indonesia, so it is hoped that the results of this study can be a reference for future researchers and business actors in running their businesses.
Nidya Wisudawati, Apriansyah Apriansyah, Jeni Puji Lestari
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, Volume 3, pp 1144-1150; https://doi.org/10.46729/ijstm.v3i4.552

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In practice, the industrial world that looks the same as the service industry requires the players to do a lot of quality improvement in order to compete. Its development is so rapid that many business actors use special tricks to run their business. Likewise with business actors from motorcycle service and service workshops, namely AHASS SPS Motor Palembang. The supply of spare parts that must always be there when customers need them is the main attraction for every workshop. But in reality, there is no special inventory management technique that can help partman to order spare parts in the following month. Therefore, this study will create a web-based spare part inventory information system that can control the amount of spare part stock and help predict the need for spare parts every month with the forecasting technique used, namely the Weighted Moving Average method. The results given from this system are suggestions of spare part stock forecast results with a user-friendly web-based display so that it can improve partman performance, maintain credibility and optimize workshop cashflow
Putri Tri Hartini, Sumaiyah, Poppy Anjelisa Zaitun Hasibuan
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, Volume 3, pp 1179-1183; https://doi.org/10.46729/ijstm.v3i4.546

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Moringa oil is a natural vegetable oil obtained from the juice of the ripe kernels of the Moringa tree (Moringa oleifera L). Moringa seeds have an oil content of up to 40%, and have antioxidant activity with vitamin E content reaching 51% but have low stability. The purpose of this study was to find the best formulation as an anti-aging on liposome delivery system with a ratio of phosphatidylcholine soy lechitin and cholesterol. The method used is thin layer hydration (Thin Film Hydration). The results of the observation on the best formula are the 6th formula on organoleptic examination which is milky yellow in color, has a distinctive smell of lecithin and cholesterol and is in the form of a thick suspension, with a pH of 6.0, particle size 83.98nm using a particle size analyzer and entrapment efficiency of 96.8 % using a UV-Vis spectrophotometer.
Nursia Aja, Drajat Tri Kartono, Saiful Hi.Soleman
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, Volume 3, pp 1195-1201; https://doi.org/10.46729/ijstm.v3i4.572

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Ternate has abundant groundwater/spring water reserves. The potential for groundwater reserves is not managed properly and correctly, so that in 2014 the City of Ternate experienced a very serious water shortage (crisis), this was due to a decrease in water discharge from one of the Biggest Springs on Ternate Island, namely the Ake Gaale spring, which has decreased its discharge by 25%. This condition is exacerbated by the occurrence of sea water intrusion which has resulted in almost all beaches of Ternate Island experiencing an increase in salinity (salobar) as a result of excessive groundwater extraction. optimization of local drinking water company (PDAM) Ake Gaale against sea water pollution and sanitation in clean water management. As far as this research is concerned, it is hoped that the prevalence of sea water pollution and sanitation is one of the factors that can increase morbidity and mortality compared to clean water sanitation for sea water pollution, as well as having a long-term impact on the growth and development of prevention of sea water pollution and sanitation in management clean water in Ternate City. Sustainable Development Goals targeting the fulfillment of the needs for 100% of citizens (by name by address) in 2030 with the no one left behind spark. So efforts to achieve the development target are not only by building access or facilities from each pillar of its development, but an effort is needed to maintain the sustainability of built access or standardized facilities that are owned by residents. The results of the identification of proper drinking water sources, where 65 people (42.1%) have met the category of safe and proper drinking water in accordance with health standards.
Muhamad Yustisar, Husna Gemasih, Eliyin Eliyin, Rayuwati Rayuwati
International Journal of Science, Technology & Management, Volume 3, pp 1151-1164; https://doi.org/10.46729/ijstm.v3i4.584

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This study aims to determine whether compensation, work itself, promotion, work supervision, and co-workers partially and simultaneously have a positive and significant effect on employee job satisfaction at PT Pelindo-I branch TPK Belawan Terminal-B operational division. The data analysis technique used is the quantitative method with the help of the SPSS version 20.0 program. This research uses Confirmatory Factor Analysis and Multiple Linear Regression. The population in this study were all employees of the operational division at PT Pelindo-I branch TPK Belawan Terminal-B operational division, and a sample of 82 respondents. Primary data collection using a questionnaire. The results of the Confirmatory Factor Analysis test show that the components that most influence job satisfaction are compensation with eigenvalues of 2,644 and the work itself with eigenvalues of 1,274. The results of the study harmed job satisfaction and the work itself had a positive and significant effect on job satisfaction at PT Pelindo-I Branch TPK Belawan Terminal-B operational division. Compensation and the work itself simultaneously have a positive and significant effect on employee job satisfaction at PT Pelindo-I Branch TPK Belawan Terminal-B operational division.           
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