PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL FOR CIVIL SERVANT IN DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS(MIICEMA)(RESEARCH PAPER)

Agustina , Hanafi and Afriyadi , adi (2012) PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL FOR CIVIL SERVANT IN DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS(MIICEMA)(RESEARCH PAPER). In: Proceeding MIICEMA. Research Paper Faculty of Economics Unsri, pp. 1090-1102. ISBN 979-587-429-2 (Submitted)

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        Abstract

        Abstract The Public sector organizations providing services to the public are always familiar to human resource challenges and problems. This is an exploratory study conducted in Department of Public Works Cipta Karysa of South Sumatera Province, a supporting institution of South Sumatera Provincial Government that has a fundamental duty to assist the governor of South Sumatera Province in implementing the decentralization and deconcentration of residence, in order to explore its performance appraisal (PA) system and its implementation with regard to human resource functions. Data were collected by distributing questionnaire to its civil servants who become parts of the sample, they were 100 from 218 people as a population. All questionnaires were returned. The organized questionnaire contained five indicators separated in tables. Those were (1) transparency and objectivity of criteria including 11 questions, (2) opportunity to be advance including 8 questions, (3) motivation including 3 questions, (4) performance problems including 3 questions, and (5) feedback including three questions. A Head of Human Resource Section helped in collecting the secondary data about organization profile and the quantity of its civil servants. As a result, the PA method in this public sector organization was fundamentally good, but the implementation of it was not objective with regard to human resource functions.

        Item Type: Book Section
        Subjects: H Social Sciences > HB Economic Theory
        H Social Sciences > HC Economic History and Conditions
        Divisions: Faculty of Economics > Department of Management
        Depositing User: Dr Agustina Hanafi
        Date Deposited: 22 May 2013 05:54
        Last Modified: 21 Jan 2015 14:05
        URI: http://eprints.unsri.ac.id/id/eprint/2204

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