GREENOMIKA

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ISSN / EISSN : 2657-0114 / 2657-0122
Published by: Universitas Nahdlatul Ulama Sidoarjo (10.55732)
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Wiwit Hariyanto
Published: 11 June 2022
Journal: GREENOMIKA
GREENOMIKA, Volume 4, pp 50-61; https://doi.org/10.55732/unu.gnk.2022.04.1.6

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Tujuan penelitian ini adalah untuk mengkaji lebih dalam bagaimana persepsi akademisi (dosen dan mahasiswa) akuntansi dan praktisi terhadap praktik-praktik kecurangan (fraud) serta peran whistleblowing sebagai upaya pencegahan dan pendeteksian fraud. Jenis penelitian ini adalah menggunakan metode kualitatif dengan menggunakan seting alamiah yang bertujuan menggambarkan keadaan (fenomena) yang terjadi. Teknik analisis data yang digunakan adalah data collection, data reduction, data display dan conclusion drawing/ verifying. Berdasarkan hasil penelitian dan pembahasan disimpulkan bahwa persepsi akademisi (dosen dan mahasiswa) akuntansi dan praktisi adalah hampir seluruhnya telah memiliki pemahaman yang baik terhadap fraud serta perana whisleblowing sebagai upaya pencegahan dan pendeteksian fraud. Hal ini menandakan bahwa alumni lulusan Universitas Muhammadiyah Sidoarjo berpotensi untuk menjadi seorang whisleblower dan untuk PT Pabrik Gula Candi Baru ini menunjukan bahwa perusahaan ini berpotensi untuk dapat semakin meningkatkan good governance pada sektor publik karena dengan pemahaman yang baik mengenai hal tersebut maka potensi keterjadian tindakan fraud akan semakin kecil
Achmad Wicaksono, Cynthia Eka Violita, Edita Rachma Kamila
Published: 11 June 2022
Journal: GREENOMIKA
GREENOMIKA, Volume 4, pp 44-49; https://doi.org/10.55732/unu.gnk.2022.04.1.5

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This study was conducted to find out: (1) whether bitcoin is a profitable investment instrument; (2) how to make bitcoin a profitable investment instrument. This article was compiled using the “Library Research” approach where the data obtained will be analyzed in depth descriptively. The results of the study show that: (1) Bitcoin is a profitable investment instrument due to the limited supply of Bitcoin, which makes this instrument behave like Gold; (2) In order to become a profitable investment instrument, individuals can carry out mining activities to get Bitcoin prizes from miner applications and individuals can also carry out spot trading activities by taking advantage of the Bitcoin price difference when buying and selling so as to earn a profit.
Lailatul Musyaffaah
Published: 11 June 2022
Journal: GREENOMIKA
GREENOMIKA, Volume 4, pp 1-10; https://doi.org/10.55732/unu.gnk.2022.04.1.1

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The increasingly fierce business competition makes companies have to make the right strategy within the company, especially strategies related to improving employee performance. The aim of this research is to find out how much influence organizational climate, servant leadership, and intrinsic motivation have on organizational citizenship behavior (OCB). This study uses quantitative research methods and SPSS data processing using regression analysis and 36 respondents. The results of data processing show that there is an influence of organizational climate, servant leadership, intrinsic motivation on Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) both simultaneously and partially.
Aufa Izzudin Baihaqi, Jeziano Rizkita Boyas, Nafia Ilhama Qurratu'Aini
Published: 11 June 2022
Journal: GREENOMIKA
GREENOMIKA, Volume 4, pp 62-70; https://doi.org/10.55732/unu.gnk.2022.04.1.7

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This research was conducted at the University of Nahdlatul Ulama Sidoarjo. This study aims to identify how much influence Social Support and Self-Efficacy have in job search to create Career Adaptability for final year students at the Faculty of Economics, Nahdlatul Ulama University, Sidoarjo. This research uses quantitative research methods and data processing is carried out using SPSS software. In this case, Social Support and Self-Efficacy in job search are independent variables, while Career Adaptability is the dependent variable. This study used 100 final year student respondents. The results of data processing obtained Social Support beta value of 0.686 with a sig value. of 0.000, the value of sig. 0.000 < 0.05 indicates that Social Support has a significant effect on Career Adaptability, while the results of self-efficacy data processing in job search have a beta value of 0.310 with a sig value of 0.000, a sig value. 0.000 <0.05 indicates that self-efficacy in job search on career adaptability has a significant effect.
Hidayati Amelia Rahayu, Istikhomah Istikhomah, Ninda Fatmawati, Rodhiyahtul Warda Usami, Fungki Ulan Dari, Muhammad Alhada Fuadilah Habib
Published: 11 June 2022
Journal: GREENOMIKA
GREENOMIKA, Volume 4, pp 31-43; https://doi.org/10.55732/unu.gnk.2022.04.1.4

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This study aims to identify and analyze community empowerment programs using the ABCD (asset based community development) approach or theory to develop the potential of tourism villages in Mojokambang Village. This study uses a qualitative approach, the source of the data obtained in this study comes from primary and secondary data. Primary data was obtained through the interview process, while secondary data came from books and journals that support the research results. The results showed that Mojokambang Village has potential assets to be developed into a tourist village through optimizing the management of the “jogo kali” park. Development efforts are carried out through an empowerment program based on the results of data identified with the ABCD approach. Directly or indirectly, the empowerment program carried out by the manager together with all stakeholders has had a positive impact on the economic welfare of the empowered community, starting from the economic, psychological, and social aspects. The empowerment program that was carried out was running quite optimally and had a positive impact on empowered communities before the COVID-19 pandemic. However, during a pandemic, the park's operational activities and empowerment programs went into a vacuum, giving rise to several social phenomena and potential problems. However, with the improving situation of the COVID-19 pandemic, park managers and residents of Mojokambang Village are again aggressively activating the operational activities of the "jogo kali" park, so that visitors begin to come back and empowered residents to return to their income and their economic welfare gradually stabilizes.
Arizqi Kurnia Septin, Kafidin Muzakki, Devika Cherly Putrihadiningrum
Published: 11 June 2022
Journal: GREENOMIKA
GREENOMIKA, Volume 4, pp 23-30; https://doi.org/10.55732/unu.gnk.2022.04.1.3

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This research is motivated by the increasing number of plastic waste scattered on this earth. The world's oceans are also increasingly polluted with plastic waste carried out by some people on this earth. Not far from happening in Indonesia. Indonesia is the second largest contributor to plastic waste in the world. How not, almost all Indonesian people daily encounter plastic to support their daily routines such as consuming food and drinks wrapped in plastic, shopping, and so on. Therefore PT. Abadi Sinar Baru Indah utilizes plastic waste which aims to reduce the spread of waste among the community by recycling plastic waste that has high economic value. PT. Abadi Sinar Baru Indah recycles PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate) plastic waste which is made from all kinds of beverage bottles. The purpose of this study is the method of determining the cost of production by applying the full costing method in the selling price at PT. Eternal New Beautiful Light. The research approach used is descriptive quantitative, with the results showing that the full costing method in the cost of production can determine the selling price at PT. Eternal New Beautiful Light. Because the full costing method will charge all BOP (Production Overhead Costs) both fixed and variable. Thus, the full costing method is more profitable for the company because it will charge all production operational costs in making a product. This will result in a more accurate cost of goods manufactured.
Joko Suyono, Damarsari Ratnasahara Elisabeth, Wahyu Eko Pujianto, Ayu Lucy Larassaty
Published: 11 June 2022
Journal: GREENOMIKA
GREENOMIKA, Volume 4, pp 11-22; https://doi.org/10.55732/unu.gnk.2022.04.1.2

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This research was conducted at an outsourcing company in Surabaya with the aim of knowing the effect of reward, punishment and supervision both simultaneously and partially on employee performance, and also to find out which variable among reward, punishment and supervision variables has a dominant effect on employee performance. The population in this study were employees of outsourcing companies in Surabaya as many as 72 people. The sampling technique used was total sample, meaning that the entire population in this study was taken as sample. While the data collection technique used a questionnaire with a Likert scale with five answer choices. The method of analysis used multiple linear regression analysis. The results of the study indicate that reward, punishment and supervision simultaneously affect employee performance simultaneously and partially. Punishment has a dominant effect on employee performance.
Helynda Mulya Arga Retha, Retno Budiarti
Published: 25 December 2021
Journal: GREENOMIKA
GREENOMIKA, Volume 3, pp 49-55; https://doi.org/10.55732/unu.gnk.2021.03.2.1

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The capital market is a place for someone to invest in financial assets, one of which is equity instruments (stocks). Investment activities are very useful to get the maximum return, but with appropriate and acceptable risk. Stocks in this study are divided into defensive and aggressive stocks which are classified according to the level of risk. This risk must be considered by investors before investing. The parameter associated with systematic risk is called beta. The objects of research in this paper are 20 stocks consisting of ANTM, BBCA, BKSL, CPIN, GGRM, ICBP, KLBF, TLKM, PTBA, UNVR, ADHI, ADRO, AKRA, ASII, BBKP, BRPT, BMRI, CTRA, EXCL, and WIKA. The research method used is regression analysis to determine the beta value of stocks to be classified as defensive or aggressive stocks. At the end of the study, the effect of stock beta on return has an effect of 61.9%. While the other 38.1% are influenced by factors outside the independent variables.
Nafa Putri Maulidya, Ayu Lucy Larassaty, Wahyu Eko Pujianto
Published: 25 December 2021
Journal: GREENOMIKA
GREENOMIKA, Volume 3, pp 81-89; https://doi.org/10.55732/unu.gnk.2021.03.2.4

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This study aims to determine the effect of Fingerprint Attendance Implementation, Sanctions and Motivation on Employee Work Discipline at INTAKO Tanggulangin Sidoarjo. The number of respondents used in this study were as many as 40 employees using the saturated sample technique. The research data collection technique is by distributing questionnaires and interviews. The research method used in this research is quantitative method, using analysis tools SPSS version 20 then perform statistical calculations in the form of validity and reliability tests. Hypothesis testing in this study used data analysis tools in the form of classical assumption test, multiple linear regression, simultaneous test (F test), partial test (T test), and the coefficient of determination. The results of this study indicate that simultaneously the variables of fingerprint attendance, sanctions and motivation together have an effect on the work discipline of employees of INTAKO Tanggulangin Sidoarjo. Whereas partially the implementation of fingerprint attendance and sanctions has no effect on the work discipline of employees of INTAKO Tanggulangin Sidoarjo, while motivation has a positive effect on work discipline of employees of INTAKO Tanggulangin Sidoarjo.
Dimas Ferry Anuraga
Published: 25 December 2021
Journal: GREENOMIKA
GREENOMIKA, Volume 3, pp 106-114; https://doi.org/10.55732/unu.gnk.2021.03.2.7

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The current online Performance Management System (SMK) has not been able to be fully implemented (20,200 data have not been inputted), so it has an impact on the less than optimal pattern of management of HR measurement and assessment, both from the aspect of specific factors (work contracts and additional assignments). as well as generic factors (member performance behavior (PKA), rewards, and punishments). The focus of the research in this study is on optimizing the online performance management system or online Vocational High School on the human resources (HR) of the East Java Regional Police. This study uses a descriptive method with a qualitative approach. The conclusion of this research is Optimizing the application of rating scale criteria in each Polri personnel work unit which consists of performance appraisal/measurement based on regional vulnerability opportunities (integrated with 13 components). Optimization of the standard pattern of online SMK performance is carried out by carrying out 8 aspects in the form of a personnel record function, as well as the optimization of the supervision pattern on the implementation of online SMK is strengthened through the supervisory role by the Regional Supervisory Inspectorate (Itwasda) of the East Java Police by carrying out responsibilities, functions, and the role of technical supervision in awareness discipline. Online Vocational High School filling.
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