فهرست مطالب

  • Volume:6 Issue: 9, 2019
  • تاریخ انتشار: 1398/06/11
  • تعداد عناوین: 4
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  • Rehan Sohail Butt*, Irfan Mir Chohan, Babar Ashraf Sheikh, Muhammad Babar Iqbal Pages 655-671

    This research aimed to focus on the influences of motivational factors (e.g., Leadership (LDSP), Quality of work life (QWLF) on the employees’ job satisfaction (EJS).A quantitative method was employed in the sample size of 211. The convenient random sampling technique was selected for data collection. Data was collected through a field survey by using a closed-ended questionnaire. The analysis was done on the structural equation model of partial least square. More specifically, techniques of bootstrapping and PLS Algorithm were used. The findings for this study is consistent with previous researchers, prove the direct relationship between LDSP, QWLF and EJS. The positive and statistically significant effects of motivational factors and employees job satisfaction. This study assists the executives from different departments of Jiangsu University. Furthermore, the study conclude with some brief views that the organization need to recognize the significance of good Leadership and Quality of work life for maximizing the level of employee’s job satisfaction. This study offers an advantage to the society, boosting the values in people to add more to their jobs and may help them in their personal growth and development. Hence, it’s essential for firms to inspire their employees’ to work hard for achieving the firm’s goals and objectives.

    Keywords: Quality of work life (QWLF), Leadership (LDSP) Employees Job Satisfaction (EJS), University, China
  • Irfan Mir Chohan*, Rehan Sohail Butt, Rozina Chohan Pages 672-685

    The role of cultural and recreational activities has been underestimated. Purpose of this paper is to investigate the effect of cultural and recreational activities on employee’s well-being, and the mediating role of Psychological contract based on the conservation of resource theory. A questionnaire, designed as a self-reported survey, was distributed to full-time employees working in 35 firms (manufacturing sectors) in Pakistan. Data were collected from 400 employee–supervisor dyads. The hypotheses were tested using structural equation modeling. Recreational activities predicted employee’s well-being while psychological contract remained mediator. The research conclusions not only enrich the theoretical research in the field of trade unions but also provide theoretical support for strengthening trade union-enterprise cooperation and building harmonious labor relations.

    Keywords: Recreational activities, trade unions, psychological contract, work well-being, physical, mental health
  • Carlos Kusnindar, Agnes Quartina Pudjiastuti*, Dyanasari Pages 686-695

    Beef cattle business in Indonesia is traditional and small-scale so that its productivity is relatively low. Solutions by government include improving reproductive performance through Special Efforts for Obligatory Bovine Cattle (Upsus Siwab = upaya khusus sapi indukan wajib bunting). The aims of study were to analyze income factors for beef cattle farmers in program participants in Malang Regency. This study was conducted in nine districts (Donomulyo, Kalipare, Pagak, Bantur, Gedangan, Poncokusumo, Wajak, Turen and Singosari) by selecting ten respondents for each district. Data were analyzed using multiple regression models. Research results showed that Upsus Siwab program had an impact on beef cattle productivity with an increase in quantity of beef cattle produced by artificial insemination in 2017 by 1.21%. This program also had an impact on increasing farmers’ income in program participants, amounting to IDR 206,300 per year. Determining factors for farmers’ income were livestock ownership, medicines cost, and reproduction cost.

    Keywords: Special Efforts for Obligatory Cows, Income, and Beef Cattle farmers
  • Erlin Sulistyorini, Agnes Quartina Pudjiastuti*, Budi Prihatminingtyas Pages 696-708

    Milk that is produced by dairy cows was currently not able to meet the needs of Indonesian, so it is necessary to develop small-scale dairy cattle business. This study aims to analyze feasibility and sensitivity of dairy cattle business development in the District of Pujon, Malang Regency. Research location was determined by purposively under consideration that this area was a center of dairy cattle business. Business feasibility was measured by commonly used parameters and sensitivity to changes in milk prices and feed prices. The results showed that dairy cattle business in the District of Pujon Malang Regency was profitable in terms of financial aspects so it was feasible to be developed. Sensitivity analysis shows that the dairy cattle business is still feasible to be developed even though feed price increases by 5% and milk price decreases by 5%.

    Keywords: Dairy cattle, feasibility study, financial, sensitivity