International Journal of Community Service & Engagement https://journal.jis-institute.org/index.php/ijcse <p>International Journal of Community Service &amp; Engagement (IJCSE) is a peer-reviewed and international multidisciplinary journal published by Training &amp; Research Institute - Jeramba Ilmu Sukses. The journal covers all areas of scientific and applied studies that benefit local, regional, national, and international communities. These topics include marketing for SMEs, public health, social marketing, art, language education, environmental education, engineering, information technology, general science, and others. IJCSE is published four times a year (February, May, August, and November). e-ISSN: <a href="http://issn.pdii.lipi.go.id/issn.cgi">2746-4032</a>. The Digital Object Identifier (DOI) is assigned to each published article and the journal is indexed by Crossref.</p> en-US Sat, 25 Feb 2023 20:45:41 +0000 OJS 3.2.1.1 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 The Influence of HR Competence and Organizational Culture on Employee Performance in the Regional Financial and Asset Board of Paser Regency https://journal.jis-institute.org/index.php/ijcse/article/view/1047 <p>Today, employee performance is not only determined by organizational culture, but also competency skills. Speaking of institutional progress, the key internal aspect that must be developed is HR competency. Then, another internal pillar is the strategy to create a harmonious organizational culture climate. This paper serves to determine the causality between HR competence and organizational culture on employee performance. Quantitative models by path analysis are implemented to investigate direct as well as indirect linkages. The study motif focuses on a survey approach that digs up information about variable items to employees at the Regional Financial and Asset Board of Paser Regency. A total of 66 respondents were invited to be interviewed openly. The sample is sampling in nature, where the population size is &lt;100 informants. Supporting equipment uses questionnaires and documentation sessions. Empirical results found that HR competence and organizational culture have a significant effect on employee performance, where the statistical output explains that <em>ρ &lt;0.05</em>. Then, the SPSS output also concludes that HR competencies play a role in a pattern of significant linkages between HR competencies and employee performance (<em>ρ &lt;0.0</em>5). Finally, this paper contributes to a theoretical and practical extension to the stakeholders. Expectations on the future agenda need to consider other elements outside the model discussed, which have implications for the performance of government officials.</p> Mariyani Mariyani, Sofjan Aripin, Darmanto Darmanto Copyright (c) 2023 Mrs. Mariyani Mariyani, Dr. Sofjan Aripin, Dr. Darmanto Darmanto https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://journal.jis-institute.org/index.php/ijcse/article/view/1047 Sat, 25 Feb 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Effect of Training on Employee Performance at PT. Mars Lestari Palembang https://journal.jis-institute.org/index.php/ijcse/article/view/821 <p>This study aims to analyze the effect of training on the performance of employees of PT Mars Lestari Palembang. The data in this study were obtained through interviews and questionnaires. The research method used in this research is simple linear regression analysis. The results of the study prove that job training (X) has a significant positive effect on employee performance (Y). This research is expected to help companies to improve employee performance through training</p> Saskia Maharani, Hamid Halin, Juhaini Alie Copyright (c) 2023 Saskia Maharani, Hamid Halin, Juhaini Alie https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://journal.jis-institute.org/index.php/ijcse/article/view/821 Sun, 26 Feb 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Covid-19 Lockdown and Implicit Kidnapping in Abeokuta Metropolis: Emergency As a Global Prolongation of Human Rights Abuse https://journal.jis-institute.org/index.php/ijcse/article/view/1075 <p>There are a number of responses to Covid-19 emergency across the globe. One reaction to mitigate the dastardly effects of Covid-19 such as massive loss of lives is imposition of lockdown. This action was a similitude of indirect kidnapping of the citizenry. In the normal kidnapping, victims` freedom of movement is truncated. In the same vein, the enforcement of lockdown denies citizens of their right to movement. This has negative consequences for the fundamental human rights to association, work and dignity of person. Hence, this paper assessed the Covid-19 and implicit kidnapping of citizenry as an elongation of abuse fundamental right of movement in Abeokuta metropolis. The study was cross-sectional, it adopted both qualitative and quantitative research methods. Data were sourced primarily and secondarily. It anchors on anomie theory by Emile Durkheim and betrayal trauma theory by Jennifer Freyd`s.&nbsp; The sample size was gotten through Taro Yamane sample size formula. The questionnaires were administered to 500 re</p> <p>There are a number of responses to Covid-19 emergency across the globe. One reaction to mitigate the dastardly effects of Covid-19 such as massive loss of lives is imposition of lockdown. This action was a similitude of indirect kidnapping of the citizenry. In the normal kidnapping, victims` freedom of movement is truncated. In the same vein, the enforcement of lockdown denies citizens of their right to movement. This has negative consequences for the fundamental human rights to association, work and dignity of person. Hence, this paper assessed the Covid-19 and implicit kidnapping of citizenry as an elongation of abuse fundamental right of movement in Abeokuta metropolis. The study was cross-sectional, it adopted both qualitative and quantitative research methods. Data were sourced primarily and secondarily. It anchors on anomie theory by Emile Durkheim and betrayal trauma theory by Jennifer Freyd`s.&nbsp; The sample size was gotten through Taro Yamane sample size formula. The questionnaires were administered to 500 respondents. However, 440 was returned from the field, consequently the response rate was 88%. 312(70.90%) of the respondents were male, while 102(23.18%) were females. 102(94%). The results of the hypotheses tested: Analysis of Variance (ANOVA). The test statistic (0.1731 and 0.0980) exceeded the P<sub>values </sub>(0.000 and 0.000). The alternative hypotheses that there are significant relationships between lockdown and fundamental human right abuse was accepted. The paper recommends effective compensation for victims of lockdown. It will be useful to individuals, organisation, government agencies and researchers in social sciences. &nbsp;</p> <p>spondents. However, 440 was returned from the field, consequently the response rate was 88%. 312(70.90%) of the respondents were male, while 102(23.18%) were females. 102(94%). The results of the hypotheses tested: Analysis of Variance (ANOVA). The test statistic (0.1731 and 0.0980) exceeded the P<sub>values </sub>(0.000 and 0.000). The alternative hypotheses that there are significant relationships between lockdown and fundamental human right abuse was accepted. The paper recommends effective compensation for victims of lockdown. It will be useful to individuals, organisation, government agencies and researchers in social sciences. &nbsp;</p> Haruna Ishola Abdullahi Copyright (c) 2023 Haruna Ishola Abdullahi https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://journal.jis-institute.org/index.php/ijcse/article/view/1075 Sun, 05 Mar 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Youth Empowerment for Productive Economic Efforts in the Use of Coconut Charcoal Shells https://journal.jis-institute.org/index.php/ijcse/article/view/1083 <p>The use of coconut fruit waste (coco nucifera) is still very open to be studied and further developed in Indonesia as a tropical country that has very abundant natural resources to be utilized optimally. This is also considering that although almost all parts of the coconut fruit have been taken advantage of, many are also wasted into waste such as the fibers and shells. One of the uses of coconut shells is used as charcoal fuel. Coconut shell charcoal is usually further processed into briquettes and until now is used by the community for household, business, and industrial purposes. The use of coconut shells can be done to overcome wastewater.Changes and village building initiatives must grow from young people or millennials who act as agents of change. The research approach used is a type of pedagogic approach that leads to providing a description of the object of research and its relation to everything studied in the form of interviews and the results of the author’s observations during the activity and after the activity. In this study, a qualitative descriptive design type was used. Researchers are trying to obtain and describe data about this service activity in the form of Training on Making Shells into Charcoal with the theme “Training on Making charcoal into shells in Kedung Soka Village, Ampel Island District, Serang Regency, Banten Province, Indonesia”.</p> Mochamad Mu’izzuddin, Hunainah Hunainah, Sulaiman Jazuli, Anis Fauzi Copyright (c) 2023 Mochamad Mu’izzuddin, Hunainah Hunainah, Sulaiman Jazuli, Anis Fauzi https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://journal.jis-institute.org/index.php/ijcse/article/view/1083 Sun, 05 Mar 2023 00:00:00 +0000 Analysis of Accounting Information Systems in the Payroll Cycle to Increase the Effectiveness of Internal Control at CV. Percetakan Independent Palembang in 2019 https://journal.jis-institute.org/index.php/ijcse/article/view/1038 <p>This study aims to analyze the payroll accounting information system to improve internal control at CV Percetakan Independent Palembang. The theory used was the American Statement of Basic Accounting Theory (ASOBAT) and the Theory of Technology Acceptance Model (TAM). Data were collected through interviews, observation, and documentation. This study implemented a descriptive approach to analyze data. The results show that there were several weaknesses in the company's payroll accounting information system that could weaken the company's internal control, namely: 1) several financial functions that double as a part responsible for financial reporting and company administration; 2) a number of financialfunctions that concurrently acted as a company in charge of recording every transaction; 3) employee attendance record file still was still manual.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> Meyvira Permata, Harsi Romli, Leriza Desitama Anggraini Copyright (c) 2023 Meyvira Permata, Harsi Romli, Leriza Desitama Anggraini https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://journal.jis-institute.org/index.php/ijcse/article/view/1038 Sun, 05 Mar 2023 00:00:00 +0000 The Influence of the Application and Understanding of SAK EMKM-Based Accounting on the Financial Statements of UMKM Pempek in Palembang City https://journal.jis-institute.org/index.php/ijcse/article/view/1036 <p>This study aims to analyze the influence of the application and understanding of accounting based on SAK EMKM on the financial statements of Small and Medium Enterprise. The data sources were primary data and data collection techniques were observation and questionnaires filled out by 50 units of Small and Medium Enterprise. The data were processed using multiple linear regression analysis. The application and understanding of SAK EMKM-based accounting have a positive effect on financial statement variables.</p> Ira Syafira, Leriza Desitama Anggraini, Andini Utari Putri Copyright (c) 2023 Ira Syafira, Leriza Desitama Anggraini, Andini Utari Putri https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://journal.jis-institute.org/index.php/ijcse/article/view/1036 Sun, 05 Mar 2023 00:00:00 +0000