International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm <p>International Journal of Science, Technology &amp; Management (IJSTM) e-ISSN: <strong>2722-4015</strong> is an international scholarly refereed research journal which aims to promote the theory and practice of science, technology, innovation, engineering and management.</p> <p>Journal IJSTM published Six times a year in January, March, May, July, September and November</p> <p>A broad outline of the journal's scope includes; peer reviewed original research articles, case and technical reports, reviews and analyzes papers, short communications and notes to the editors, in interdisciplinary information on the practice and status of research in science, technology and Management</p> <p>IJSTM is an international journal providing a platform for research paper publishing. IJSTM publishes research papers in various science, technology and managemen topics.</p> <p>IJSTM is a collaboration between researchers from the entire Globe including the USA, UK, Europe and Indonesia.</p> Publisher Cv. Inara en-US International Journal of Science, Technology & Management 2722-4015 Employee Performance Determination With Creativity, Work Experience And Engagement: Empirical Study https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/503 <p><em>Research on employee performance determination with creativity, experience and work involvement: empirical studies, proved that creativity (X<sub>1</sub>) has a significant and positive effect on employee performance (Y). Likewise, experience (X<sub>2</sub>) and work involvement (X<sub>3</sub>), had a significant and positive influence on employee performance (Y) studied at PT. Mitra Andal Sejati, Medan, North Sumatra. The theoretical implication of this research showed that creativity becomes a behavior that turns ideas into innovations that can be applied in work. Employees who have quality work experience will be able to conduct work while also having the responsibilities given by the company. The employee work involvement will also contribute to sustainable business development, enable the development of personal skills and assist the company's business in achieving the realization of the targets to be achieved. Practically, creative employees must be able to innovate in finding new opportunities, doing new things, and taking ideas from things around them. Companies that have experienced employees will certainly get better trust from other companies in conducting their duties. The authority of the company will increase so that it can influence other companies to work together. This also has an effect on high employee work engagement, strengthen the company’s relationships with stakeholders which leads to partnerships to create business opportunities.</em></p> Abd. Rasyid Syamsuri Copyright (c) 2022 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-05-18 2022-05-18 3 3 588 597 10.46729/ijstm.v3i3.503 Antibacterial Potential Of Ethanol Extract Of Tamarind Seed Bark (Tamarindus indica L.) And Formulation Of Anti-Acne Nanogel https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/522 <p><em>Acne is a skin disease that affects a large number of sufferers. Acne occurs due to active oil glands under the skin. This activity is stimulated by androgen hormones. The active compound content of proanthocyanidin is the main compound in the ethanolic extract of tamarind seed bark, which can inhibit the growth of acne-causing bacteria, namely Propionibacterium acnes and Staphylococcus epidermidis. The purpose of this study was to formulate a nanogel from tamarind seed bark extract and test the antibacterial potential of an ethanol extract of tamarind seeds against acne-causing bacteria. The antibacterial potency test consisted of variations in concentration and was 0.5, 1, 5, 25, 50, 75, 100, 125, 150, and 300 (in mg/mL). The concentration of the formulated nanogel preparations was 2.5%, 5%, and 7.5%. The MIC results showed that the minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) was at a concentration of 1 mg/mL with a zone of inhibition of 6.50 ± 0.44 mm (Propionibacterium acnes) and 6.40 ± 0.10 mm (Staphylococcus epidermidis). The minimum bactericidal concentration (MBC) was at a concentration of 25 mg/mL with a percentage reduction of 98.18% (Propionibacterium acnes) and 98.06% (Staphylococcus epidermidis). The results of the nanogel formulations showed that the particle sizes were 49.88 ± 0.11 nm (Formula I), 51.92 ± 0.09 nm (Formula II), and 59.13 ± 0.10 nm (Formula III). Conclusion The ethanolic extract of tamarind seed bark has effectiveness in inhibiting the growth of acne-causing bacteria and can be formulated as an anti-acne nanogel.</em></p> Annisa Ghassani Amalyuri Julia Reveny Aminah Dalimunthe Copyright (c) 2022 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-05-18 2022-05-18 3 3 598 604 10.46729/ijstm.v3i3.522 An Analysis Of Purchase Decisions On Customer Satisfaction Through Customer-Based Brand Equity And Product Innovation: Concequences For Air Conditioner Panasonic In Medan https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/515 <p><em>The purpose of the study was to determine the effect of customer-based brand equity (CBBE) and product innovation on consumer satisfaction through purchasing decisions of Panasonic air conditioners in Medan. The research uses quantitative methods with a causal associative research approach. The population is the buyer of Panasonic air conditioners in the city of Medan. The research sample used purposive sampling technique. 100 respondents were obtained with the Slovin technique. Data collection techniques with questionnaires and interviews to be tested for validity and reliability. Data analysis with SEM-PLS. The results showed a significant positive effect for all research variables. CBBE on Customer Satisfaction 0.180 and P-Values ​​0.013, CBBE on Purchase Decision 0.230 and P-Values ​​0.008, Product Innovation on Customer Satisfaction 0.588 and P-Values ​​0.000, Product Innovation on Purchase Decision 0.365 and P-Value 0.000, Purchase Decision on Satisfaction Consumers 0.642 and P-Values ​​0.000, Product Innovation on Consumer Satisfaction through Purchase Decisions 0.084 and P-Values ​​0.016 and CBBE on Consumer Satisfaction through Purchase Decisions 0.148 and P-Values ​​0.008. The reaserch findings reveal that customers emotionally react to the product they want to buy, whether they are satisfied or not and this is very important for customer-based brand equity. The products offered related to their innovations influence the purchasing decisions of customers. And there is a significant relationship in handling customer complaints properly and correctly to the level of customer-based brand equity which will create a high level of customer satisfaction and customer loyalty.</em></p> Bambang Suwarno Copyright (c) 2022 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-05-18 2022-05-18 3 3 605 620 10.46729/ijstm.v3i3.515 Mediation Role Of Organizational Commitment On The Influence Of Job Satisfaction On Ocb (Organizational Citizenship Behavior) Employees Of Pt Cipta Agung Manis https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/521 <p><em>The effect of job satisfaction on employees' Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB), the effect of job satisfaction on employees' organizational commitment, the effect of organizational commitment on employees' Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB), and mediating organizational commitment on the effect of job satisfaction on the Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) of PT Cipta employees Great Sweet.</em><em>This study uses a quantitative approach. The population of this study was 340 people with sampling through stratified random sampling method obtained a total sample of 180 people. Data collected through questionnaires that have been tested for validity and reliability. The data analysis technique used is multiple regression and mediation calculation through path analysis and Sobel test. The results of this study support all the proposed hypotheses where job satisfaction has a positive effect on Organizational Citizenship Behavior</em><em>, job satisfaction has a positive effect on organizational commitment, organizational commitment has a positive effect on Organizational Citizenship Behavior and the role of organizational commitment is able to mediate the effect of job satisfaction on Organizational Citizenship Behavior. Suggestions in this study are that leaders should better approach employees of PT Cipta Agung Manis,Increased motivation in terms of giving rewards or compensation for employees is further enhanced for the achievements that have been achieved, employees see the conditions in their work by bringing up a higher sense of soprtivity.</em></p> Cahya Kurniadi Habibullah Jimad Nova Mardiana Copyright (c) 2022 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-05-18 2022-05-18 3 3 621 629 10.46729/ijstm.v3i3.521 Effects Of Organizational Commitment And Organizational Justice On Organizational Citizenship Behavior With Job Satisfaction As A Mediation https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/511 <p><em>This study aims to determine the effect of organizational commitment, organizational justice and job satisfaction as a mediation on teacher OCB. The research subjects were 64 teachers who teach at the Gamaliel Christian School in Palu with an age range of 20-55 years. Data obtained through questionnaires distributed using google form. The analysis technique used is SEM-PLS (Structural Equation Model-Partial Least Square) using SmartPLS software version 3.3.2. The analysis results obtained that organizational justice has a positive effect on OCB, organizational commitment has a positive effect on OCB and organizational justice has a positive effect on OCB. While job satisfaction does not have a positive effect on OCB, organizational commitment does not have a positive effect on job satisfaction, organizational justice does not have a positive effect on OCB mediated by job satisfaction and organizational commitment has no positive effect on OCB mediated by job satisfaction. job satisfaction and OCB to teachers, the coefficient of determination of job satisfaction is only 17.9% which can be explained in this study, as well as the coefficient of determination of OCB is only 31.2% which can be explained in research i This means that there are about 82.1% of job satisfaction variables and 68.8% of OCB variables which can be explained from other variables outside the study such as motivation, transformational leadership. This study found that job satisfaction does not positively mediate organizational justice and organizational commitment to teachers, and this becomes input for the management of school organizational management.</em></p> Deby Sunaris Soegeng Wahyoedi Melitina Tecoalu Copyright (c) 2022 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-05-18 2022-05-18 3 3 630 640 10.46729/ijstm.v3i3.511 Beauty Influencer: Homophily Relationship, Product Quality Beauty Product And Purchasing Decision https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/501 <p><em>Today, people are increasingly aware of the importance of beauty care and this has become a basic need of society, especially women. People's income is currently increasing, therefore they not only support secondary needs to support their appearance by buying clothes, shoes and bags, they also choose to buy skin care products so that their skin stays healthy and their physical appearance looks more beautiful. interesting. The population in this study were female users of Ms Glow products in Malang City, with a total sample of 100 respondents. The analytical tool used in this research is multiple linear regression analysis. The results showed that product quality and celebrity endorser had no effect on Ms Glow's product purchase decisions. Meanwhile, product reviews have a positive effect on purchasing decisions for Ms Glow's products. Consumers are more interested in seeing product reviews, because the product reviews here come from consumers who have used Ms Glow. Consumers are more confident when someone has used Ms Glow and it is safe on their face. Meanwhile, beauty products and beauty influencers are not important in choosing Ms Glow products.</em></p> Dian Oktavia Ningrum Widi Dewi Ruspitasari Copyright (c) 2022 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-05-18 2022-05-18 3 3 641 646 10.46729/ijstm.v3i3.501 Phytochemical Screening And Antibacterial Activity Test Of Ethanol Extract Of Jengkol Leaves (Archidendron Pauciflorum Benth.) I.C. Nielsen Against Staphylococcus Epidermidis And Propionibacterium Acnes https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/509 <p><em>Skin disease was a disease that attacked the surface of the body, and was caused by various agents, one was bacteria. One of the plants that had antibacterial activity was jengkol leaf (Archidendron pauciflorum Benth.) I.C. Nielsen because it contained compounds that had antibacterial properties that had previously been studied by other researchers against Staphylococcus aureus and Escherichia coli bacteria. So that researcher was interested in researching on the antibacterial activity of jengkol leaves (Archidendron pauciflorum Benth.) I.C. Nielsen against Staphylococcus epidermidis and Propionibacterium acnes. Fresh Jengkol leaves were processed into simplicia and extracted using 96% ethanol. Phytochemical screening was carried out on simplicia powder and extracts of jengkol leaves. Ethanol extract jengkol leaves was made in several concentrations, namely 20%, 25%, and 30%, positive control using Tetracycline HCl, and negative control using 1% DMSO. There were several tests carried out on jengkol leaves in addition to phytochemical screening, namely examination of simplicia characteristic including macroscopic examination, microscopic examination, examination of water content, examination of water-soluble extract levels, examination of ethanol-soluble extracts, examination of total ash content, and also an examination of acid-insoluble ash levels and antibacterial activity test of jengkol leaves. The results of phytochemical screening showed that the compound of jengkol leaves (Archidendron pauciflorum Benth.) I.C. Nielsen contained a class of secondary metabolites of alkaloids, flavonoids, tannins, saponins, steroids/triterpenoids, and glycosides. And for the results of the antibacterial activity research also showed that jengkol leaves could be used as antibacterial because it has a strong inhibitory power at a concentration of 20% and the strongest at a concentration of 30% against Staphylococcus epidermidis, namely 15.06 mm and 17.83 mm, while in diameter of growth inhibition zone Propionibacterium acnes was 15.86 mm and 18.1 mm.</em></p> Haris Munandar Nasution Rafita Yuniarti Zulmai Rani Arini Nursyafira Copyright (c) 2022 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-05-18 2022-05-18 3 3 647 653 10.46729/ijstm.v3i3.509 Effect Of Job Satisfaction, Compensation And Employee Motivation On Employee Performance Of PT. Sari Burger Indonesia Medan Branch https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/508 <p><em>This Study Aims to determine the effect of job satisfaction on employee performance at PT. Sari Burger Indonesia, knowing the effect of compensation on employee performance at PT. Sari Burger Indonesia, knowing the effect of work motivation on employee performance at PT. Sari Burger Indonesia and to know the effect of job satisfaction. compensation and work motivation simultaneously on employee performance at PT. Sari Burger Indonesia This research is a descriptive quantitative study using a questionnaire instrument with a total population of all employees of PT. Sari Burger Indonesia A total of 65 people using the Saturated Sampling technique were obtained. a sample of 65 people. The results obtained partially that the calculated coefficient of job satisfaction is 2.418 and the tabet value is 1.6686 where tcount &gt; ttable (2.418&gt;1.6686) sig value (0.019&lt;0.05), the calculated compensation coefficient value is (-0.761) and tabers totaled 1.6686, where fcount &gt; ttabet (-0.761&lt;1.6686) sig value (0.450&gt;0.05). the value of the tcount coefficient of work motivation is 3.074 and the table value is 1.6686 where Thung &gt; ttable (3.074&gt;1.6686) sig value (0.003 &lt;0.05). Furthermore, simultaneously the value of Fcount variable job satisfaction, compensation and work motivation is 5.798 Frabel value of 2.76 where Fcount &gt; Frabet (5.798&gt;2.76) sig value (0.001 &lt;0.05). The value of adjusted Rsquar is 0.222 or adjusted R2 x 100% of 22.2%, meaning the independent variable of the study. contributed very little in explaining employee performance by 22.2% while the remaining 77.8% were other variables that were not explained in this study, or were influenced by other factors.</em></p> Kaino Sarihot Sibagariang Riska Trisukma Pinem Nur Surya Raga Siti Shania Aprilia Devita Monika Simangunsong Copyright (c) 2022 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-05-18 2022-05-18 3 3 654 659 10.46729/ijstm.v3i3.508 The Effect Of Fund Cash Flow, Fund Size, Expense Ratio And Turnover Ratio On Mutual Fund Performance https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/529 <p><em>The purpose of this study was to analyze the effect of fund cash flow, fund size, expense ratio and turnover ratio on mutual fund performance. The sample used is thirty stock mutual fund companies. The data used in this study were obtained from the 2015-2017 annual financial statements of equity funds. The sample selection method used in this study was purposive sampling method, the analytical technique used in this study was panel data regression and processed using the Eviews version 9. After several tests were carried out, namely the Chow, Hausman and Lagrange multiplier tests, the best regression model was obtained, namely the random effect model. The results showed that only fund cash flow had a significant positive effect on mutual fund performance, while The other three variables, namely fund size, expense ratio and turnover ratio, showed contradictory results, namely that they had no effect on mutual fund performance.</em></p> Irawati Junaeni Copyright (c) 2022 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-05-19 2022-05-19 3 3 660 672 10.46729/ijstm.v3i3.529 The Effect Of Work Motivation, Competence And Compensation On Employee Spirit And Performance At Regional Office II Of The National Civil Service Agency In Surabaya https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/499 <p><em>This study aims to examine and analyze the effect of Work Motivation, Competence, and Compensation on Spirit of Work and Employee Performance, as well as the influence of Spirit of Work on Employee Performance at Regional Office II of the National Civil Service Agency in Surabaya. The samples in this study were taken as many as 85 samples, namely 85 employees at Regional Office II of the National Civil Service Agency in Surabaya. Data analysis techniques using path analysis with SPSS software version 22. The conclusions obtained from this study are: (1) Work Motivation has a significant effect on Spirit of Work; (2) Competence has a significant effect on Spirit of Work; (3) Compensation has a significant effect on Spirit of Work; (4) Work Motivation has not significant effect on Employee Performance; (5) Competence has a significant effect on employee performance; (6) Compensation has not significant effect on employee performance; and (7) Work Spirit has a significant effect on Employee Performance at Regional Office II of the National Civil Service Agency in Surabaya.</em></p> Juliani Pudjowati Susi Tri Wahyuni Endang Siswati Mochammad Balafif Winarno Copyright (c) 2022 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-05-18 2022-05-18 3 3 673 684 10.46729/ijstm.v3i3.499 Making Virgin Coconut Oil (VCO) With Enzymatic Method Using Pineapple Hump Extract https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/516 <p>Indonesia is one of the largest coconut producer countries providing a higher opportunity for producing various products derived from coconut fruit including virgin coconut oil (VCO). The enzymatic method can be chosen as part of VCO production as it offers higher yields. This work then utilized the bromelain enzyme which could hydrolyze protein leading to better oil-water separation in the coconut milk emulsion. Around 200 ml of coconut milk and several variables such as incubation time (24 hours, 36 hours, 48 ​​hours, 60 hours), and the concentration of pineapple hump extract (5%, 10%, 15%, and 20%) were chosen as investigated parameters in this work. The experimental procedure for VCO production followed Indonesia national standard (SNI 7381: 2008). It was found that the incubation time of 24 hr and the concentration of pineapple hump extract 5% as the optimum condition. These parameters resulted in VCO product having specific gravity 0.9150 gr/cm<sup>3</sup>, free fatty acids 0.133%, and the acid number 1.8 meq/kg which has met Indonesia quality standard for VCO production.</p> Kiagus Ahmad Roni Rifdah Rifdah Ani Melani Aisyah Amina Reformis I Sri Martini Sri Copyright (c) 2022 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-05-18 2022-05-18 3 3 685 689 10.46729/ijstm.v3i3.516 UI / UX Design Model for Student Complaint Handling Application Using Design Thinking Method (Case Study: STMIK Rosma Karawang) https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/505 <p><em>The development of information technology is currently very rapid and unavoidable, especially in the world of education. Global demands require the education sector to constantly adjust technological developments with efforts to improve the quality of education, adjust the use of information and communication technology. STMIK Rosma is a university that utilizes computer technology. However, there are still shortcomings, namely the absence of a student complaint application so that the process of submitting student complaints is still running manually. This results in not recording student complaints, student complaint data not well documented, so that the college leadership of the campus cannot monitor the complaints submitted by students. This study aims to analyze the functional requirements of the STMIK Rosma student complaint application. The method used in this research is Design Thinking. The result of this research is the UI / UX design of the student complaint handling application (mobile application) at STMIK Rosma Karawang which is designed using the classic mockuplus tools. This research is expected to provide suggestions to universities to improve the process of handling student complaints.</em></p> Lila Setiyani Evelyn Tjandra Copyright (c) 2022 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-05-18 2022-05-18 3 3 690 702 10.46729/ijstm.v3i3.505 COVAC: A Blockchain-based COVID Testing and Vaccination Tracking System https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/496 <p>Blockchain is an emerging technology based on a distributed digital ledger system. Decentralized trust is one of the key factors behind the blockchain-based system. The transparency of such a system is better than a conventional centralized ledger system. By using a blockchain-based transaction system, any business organization can harness key benefits like data integrity, confidentiality, and anonymity without involving any third party in control of the transactions. Since the blockchain is used in numerous applications, the horizon is expanding at an unprecedented pace. It was found that tracking COVID vaccination in a transparent and accountable way is an emerging need, especially after the pandemic outbreak around the world. The blockchain platform is a good match for such applications. In this study, a blockchain-based COVID-19 testing and vaccination tracking system, called COVAC, has been designed to manage the COVID testing and vaccination process for local organizations. The “Prototype Software Development" approach was used to determine the system requirements according to the practical knowledge obtained through the vaccine monitoring and screening tests process and then communicated with local healthcare facilities to determine whether these requirements were satisfied. The blockchain-based implementation ensured the system transparency, integrity, and security of data on COVID-19 testing and vaccination</p> Malak Sulaiman Alromaih Mohammed Mahdi Hassan Copyright (c) 2022 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-05-18 2022-05-18 3 3 703 714 10.46729/ijstm.v3i3.496 Added Value and Ease of Using Quick Responses Qris Indonesian Standard (QRIS) https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/518 <p><em>Mobile payments are increasingly being adopted by organizations as a new way of&nbsp; doing business in the 21st century. </em><em>Through The server electronic money application &nbsp;based, electronic wallet, or mobile banking based on Quick Responses &nbsp;QRIS) provides convenience for consumers to do &nbsp;transaction. This study uses the Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) in testing consumer intentions using the QRIS application. The sampling technique used is the total sample. The sample in this study was obtained online, the questionnaire was distributed online through social media&nbsp; whatsapp, Facebook, Instagram. The sample used as many as 123 respondents who use the QRIS application in paying. The data is processed by using SPSS tool. The result is that the added value in the QRIS application has no effect on </em><em>&nbsp;</em><em>comfort. Convenience </em><em>has a significant effect on comfort. Consumers who use the QRIS application prefer the convenience offered by the QRIS program rather than the added value in the QRIS application. Furthermore, it can be seen the magnitude of the influence on the results and discussion sections. This research contributes convenience for consumers in paying or transacting. QRIS provides convenience for consumers&nbsp; in shopping. Apart from QRIS, there are still many payment systems and methods that can be used by consumers, such as OVO, Dana, Go-Pay, Sakuku, Truemoney, Link Aja, and T-Cash. Further researchers can add other variables that have not been included in this study or can also use a payment system other than QRIS.&nbsp; </em><em>&nbsp;</em></p> Melly Susanti Heru Kresnha Reza Copyright (c) 2022 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-05-18 2022-05-18 3 3 715 723 10.46729/ijstm.v3i3.518 The Influence of Price, Product Quality, and Service on Apparel Purchase Satisfaction at Emi Boutique https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/514 <p><em>The fashion business is a business that continues to grow rapidly, the latest fashions are published <br>every day making business people engaged in this business sector to always keep abreast of the <br>updates that occur. The updates that occur do not only focus on the design and fashion of clothing, <br>but also consumer behavior in the fashion sector, which requires businesses to continue to pay <br>attention to consumer behavior. Consumer satisfaction is the center of attention for companies <br>engaged in the fashion business, not least at Emi Boutique, which is also always crowded with <br>consumers who are looking for the best quality clothes. This research was conducted at Emi <br>Boutique by analyzing the effect of price perception, product quality and service quality on customer <br>satisfaction at Emi Boutique. The study was conducted with a quantitative approach using primary <br>data and analyzed using SPSS. The results of this study indicate that all predictive variables have a <br>specific and significant effect on customer satisfaction who shop for fashion products at Emi <br>Boutique.</em></p> Nur aida Hasibuan Junita Lubis Rizki Syahputra Copyright (c) 2022 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-05-18 2022-05-18 3 3 724 732 10.46729/ijstm.v3i3.514 The Buas Buas Leaf Utilization of Buas Buas Leaf (Premna pubescens Blume) Ethanol Extract as Liquid Soap With Anti-Bacteria Activity https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/510 <p style="margin: 0cm; margin-bottom: .0001pt; text-align: justify; text-indent: 36.0pt;"><span style="color: #0e101a;">The buas buas (<em>Premna pubescens</em>&nbsp;Blume) plant is from the Lamiaceae family. The use of ethanol extract of buas buas leaf (<em>Premna pubescens</em>&nbsp;Blume) as soap is because soap is one of the health products needed by many people to maintain a healthy body. It is used as an antibacterial because buas buas leaves contain secondary metabolites that can be used as antibacterial.The Buas buas leaf Simplicia (<em>Premna pubescens</em>&nbsp;Blume) was extracted using 96% ethanol by maceration and concentrated with a rotary evaporator to evaporate the solvent. The concentrated extract obtained was tested by phytochemical screening, formulated into liquid soap with concentrations of 5%, 10%, 15% and tested for pH, foam height, viscosity, specific gravity and irritation test, and antibacterial activity against staphylococcus aureus bacteria. The results of the phytochemical screening test of the ethanol extract of buas buas leaf (<em>Premna pubescens</em>&nbsp;Blume) contained secondary metabolites in the form of alkaloids, flavonoids, saponins, tannins and steroids/triterpenoids. Liquid soap made with concentrations of 5%, 10%, and 15% has a pH of 10-10.3; foam height 50-90 mm; viscosity 1210-1290 cP; specific gravity 1-1.08 and did not cause irritation to volunteers; and have inhibitory power of 14.2 mm, 15.0 mm, 16.0 mm, and 20.0 mm against Staphylococcus aureus bacteria, respectively.</span></p> Rafita Yuniarti Rafita Haris Munandar Nasution Zulmai Rani Fahmi Fahmi Copyright (c) 2022 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-05-19 2022-05-19 3 3 733 743 10.46729/ijstm.v3i3.510 Effects of Influencers on Social Media on Interest in Buying East Java Culinary https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/519 <p><strong>Abstract</strong></p> <p>This research study is to determine the effect of influencers on social media on interest in buying East Java cuisine. This is important so that consumers' perceptions of the reliability of influencer advertising on social media are known and their effect on audience interest in buying. An influencer's specific strategies and skills that must be adapted to attract consumer purchase intention to be effective across social media are important. This study was designed to examine and analyze the effectiveness of influencer promotions broadcast on social media in attracting consumer purchase intentions. The sample used was 225 respondents who were actively using social media in East Java, consisting of 130 female participants, 95 male participants, and most of them aged 18 to 24 years. Respondents' ratings illustrate that influencers who build their honesty and trustworthiness can change consumer behavior and purchase intentions. Attractiveness and relationship with the product there is a match. Optimism and agreement with the differences in the effectiveness of an influencer's advertising on consumer purchase intentions are also the focus of consumer assessments. The influencer's expertise which is reflected in knowledge and ability also has an impact on purchase intention. The perception of female respondents towards culinary promotions in East Java by influencers is more than that of men, this is due to the frequency of using the internet. Optimism and agreement with the differences in the effectiveness of an influencer's advertising on consumer purchase intentions are also the focus of consumer assessments. The influencer's expertise which is reflected in knowledge and ability also has an impact on purchase intention. The perception of female respondents towards culinary promotions in East Java by influencers is more than that of men, this is due to the frequency of using the internet. Optimism and agreement with the differences in the effectiveness of an influencer's advertising on consumer purchase intentions are also the focus of consumer assessments. The influencer's expertise which is reflected in knowledge and ability also has an impact on purchase intention. The perception of female respondents towards culinary promotions in East Java by influencers is more than that of men, this is due to the frequency of using the internet.</p> Rahayu Rahayu Sudarmiatin Sudarmiatin Copyright (c) 2022 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-05-19 2022-05-19 3 3 744 753 10.46729/ijstm.v3i3.519 The Influence of Price Perception, Product Quality, Promotion, Brand Image on Repurchase Intention of Wardah Lipstick Products (Study on Customers of UD. Ghaisani cosmetics Rantau Prapat) https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/513 <p><em>The use of cosmetics is increasing along with the number of influencers and public figures who exemplify the results of the use of cosmetic products. In the Indonesian context, of course, halal cosmetics are an important consideration in choosing cosmetics. In this study, the researcher intends to examine one of the halal cosmetic products from the Wardah brand. This study intends to examine the effect of perceived product price, product quality, promotion and brand image on consumer repurchase intentions from UD. Ghaisani Cosmetics. This study uses a quantitative approach and data collection is carried out using an online questionnaire. The sample in this study were women who had bought wardah brand lipstick products at UD. Ghaisani Cosmetics. The results of this study indicate that all predictors of variables affect consumer intention to repurchase Wardah brand lipstick at UD. Ghaisani Cosmetics.</em></p> Riza Chairunnisa Yuniman Zebua Pitriyani Pitriyani Copyright (c) 2022 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-05-19 2022-05-19 3 3 754 762 10.46729/ijstm.v3i3.513 The Effect Of Maslow's Motivation Theory And Work Discipline On The Performance Of Asn In The Regional Governments Of Coastal Barat Regency https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/520 <p><em>Constraints that often arise from the condition of ASN resources in the Pesisir Barat Regency Government are:</em><em>The existing ASN is more dominated by contract workers compared to Civil Servants</em><em>and there are still many ASN placements that are not in accordance with their expertise. This study discusses the influence of Maslow's theory of motivation and work discipline on the performance of ASN in the Pesisir Barat Regency Government. The method used in this research is a descriptive research method with a quantitative approach with the aim of describing it systematically and in accordance with the facts to be investigated by collecting data, processing and analyzing data in hypothesis testing. This study discusses 2 (two) main problems. The first hypothesis is that work motivation has a significant and positive effect on the performance of ASN in Pesisir Barat Regency. The second hypothesis is that work discipline has a significant and positive effect on the performance of ASN in Pesisir Barat Regency. The results showed that the significance value of the work motivation variable t was 0.002, meaning that the First Hypothesis was accepted or in other words there was a significant influence between one independent variable of work motivation on the dependent variable of performance. For the significance value of work discipline variable t 0.000, it means that the second hypothesis is accepted or in other words there is a significant influence between one independent variable work discipline on the dependent variable performance.</em></p> Satari Wira Gunawan RR. Erlina Ayi Ahadiat Copyright (c) 2022 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-05-19 2022-05-19 3 3 763 773 10.46729/ijstm.v3i3.520 Polytechnic Management Information System For Academic Service Quality Improvement (Analytical Descriptive at the Study Program Level at the Bandung State Polytechnic) https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/517 <p><em>The Management Information System (MIS) in Higher Vocational Education such as Polytechnics functions to coordinate and monitor the planning, implementation, and evaluation of education activities, especially at the study program level. The current MIS serves BAAK’s data and information needs, reporting for internal management and providing PD-DIKTI Database. MIS has not fully served the needs of internal customers. The aim of this research is to describe in depth the process of planning and evaluating MIS at the study program level. This research is limited to MIS academic services and support preparation for study program’s accreditation of BAN-PT. The theoretical study is supported by theological foundation of Al Qur’an and Hadits, the philosophical constructivism and the theory of Total Quality of Management (TQM). This research uses a qualitative descriptive approach, explore deeply into the data and information needs for students, lecturers, study program, and BAAK. The informant involved internal Polban namely BAAK’s person, head of department and study program, lecturers and students, reviewing statute documents, strategic plans, academic regulation, laws and government’s regulations related to polytechnic’s management. This research reveals that the current MIS program is not based on customer’s needs yet by paying attention to business processes in planning, implementing, and evaluating teaching and learning process. MIS in implemented stage solely for BAAK needs, does not yet serve data needs for study programs, lecturers and students, including not yet supports the preparations of program study’s accreditation by BAN-PT. Customers are still difficult to get the information needed. The results of the evaluation show that there is a gap between data and information due to several inhibiting factors and a management system that is not yet based on complete data. The novelty of this research is MIS which is integrated with the current management system. MIS is designed comprehensively, not partially on project based. The conclusion is that the MIS program must be designed in the form of grand design that maps all data and information needs for internal and external customers which is customers oriented. MIS implantation will be successful if it is supported by socialization for customers, integrating existing MISs including databases and online communication networks, adequacy of MIS infrastructure include hardware, bandwidth capacity and high speed accessibility of information.</em></p> Siswoyo Siswoyo Achmad Sanusi Yosal Iriantara Ujang Nurjaman Copyright (c) 2022 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-05-19 2022-05-19 3 3 774 784 10.46729/ijstm.v3i3.517 Isolation Of Chitosan From Cuttlefish Bones https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/523 <p>One of the potential natural resources in Indonesia is the abundance of natural resources in the marine sector. The survey results show that the sale of cuttlefish in the market indicates that the demand for cuttlefish is very high. Cuttlefish is a type of marine animal that is widely consumed by the public because of its very high protein content, but the part used from this cuttlefish is the meat, while the squid bones are discarded. Cuttlefish bone is one of the natural ingredients that contains chitin, and when the isolation process is carried out with the stages of deproteinization, demineralization, and deacetylation, it can produce chitosan compounds. The aim of the study was to isolate chitosan from cuttlefish bones. Isolation of chitosan includes 3 basic stages, namely deproteinization, demineralization, and deacetylation. Then the characteristics of chitosan from cuttlefish bones are analyzed, namely water content analysis, ash content, protein content, ninhydrin test, and FT-IR characteristics. The results of characteristic testing of 8.04% water content, 1.73% ash content, and 4.8% protein content, ninhydrin test results showed that cuttlefish bone chitosan had an amine group, and FT-IR results showed that the absorption bands of C-O and C-N groups. The conclusion of this study shows that chitosan can be isolated from cuttlefish bones.</p> Siti Rahmi Ningrum Siti Morin Sinaga Urip Harahap Copyright (c) 2022 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-05-19 2022-05-19 3 3 785 788 10.46729/ijstm.v3i3.523 Employee Recruitment Process Analysis of PT. Wishan Global Medika Tangerang Banten Indonesia https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/504 <p><em>The present study reports the first comprehensive study around employee recruitment, inside the era of globalization has led to intense competition in various industrial fields, including the medical and healthcare industry. PT. Wishan Global Medika (WGM) is a medical evacuation company in Tangerang Banten Indonesia, to face competitors the company needs to carry out employee recruitment activities in accordance with the vision and mission in order to achieve the goals the company wants to achieve. Product from Indonesian medical companies are still quite considered in the global market but still has competitor from countries in Southeast Asia. One way to face this competition is that companies are required to have competent and good performance employees. &nbsp;The purpose of this study was to analyze the employee recruitment process at PT. Wishan Global Medika Tangerang Banten. The conceptual framework of the employee recruitment process in this study includes 3 items, namely Sourcing, Selection Process, and User Process. The research method used is qualitative research with in-depth interviews with a case study approach. Purposive sampling was used with a total of 3 respondents, namely the main director, general manager and human resources staff. The results of the study indicate that the analysis of human resource management in this company still does not lead to the interests of the company and determines the types of tasks and jobs that need to be carried out and there is no management policy rules in order to support the strategy of human resource management. The analysis of the employee recruitment system in the company is considered to be in accordance with the standart operating procedures recruitment, also still needs to be improved in terms of sources and stages of recruitment so as to minimize obstacles in recruitment. The conclusion of this study is that the implementation of human resource development needs to be carried out in an integrated manner in long-term and annual corporate planning as well as improving the quality of recruitment so as to prevent the occurrence of vacancies.</em></p> Yohanes Indra Ora Emi Erlina Puspitaloka Mahadewi Susi Shorayasari Rini Handayani Copyright (c) 2022 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-05-19 2022-05-19 3 3 789 795 10.46729/ijstm.v3i3.504 Economic Behavior Changes On Organic Food Consumption In Pandalungan Community https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/500 <p><em>The districts of Situbondo, Bondowoso and Jember are the centers of residence for the Pandalungan community. Pandalungan community is a society with mixed cultures, namely Java and Madura. Most of them live in urban areas. Like other community entities, some of these communities have not consumed organic food plants, given the scarcity of information about organic plants. The objectives of this study were: (1) to determine the effect of plant organic food product attributes as healthier food plants, and the discomfort caused by organic food plants on the motivation to shift consumption through the attitude of shifting non-organic food plant products to organic food plants. ; (2) to determine the effect of moderating motivation to elaborate information on the effect of product attributes and discomfort on product switching attitudes. The analytical method used is Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) with AMOS applications, the research sample of 250 respondents selected from the three research areas, with proportional random sampling method. The results of the study show that product attributes have a positive and significant effect on product switching attitudes, as well as their influence on the motivation to shift consumption to organic food crops. Meanwhile, discomfort has a significant negative effect both on product switching attitudes and on motivation for shifting consumption. Product switching attitude has a positive and significant effect on the motivation to shift in consumption. The moderating effect of motivation on elaborating information strengthens the effect of product attributes on product switching attitudes, but the moderating effect of motivation on elaborating on information through discomfort is proven insignificant. The interactive structural equation function mathematically can be written as follows: (1) SK = 1,420 AT– 0.773 KN + 0.278 ATml - 0.198 KNml + e3; and (2) NI = 1.366 AT - 1.466 KN + 0.768 SK + 0.425 ATml - 0.787 KNml + 0.570 SKml + e4. shows that product attribute improvements can be widely and continuously informed to the public so that people will know and be able to make comparisons with competitors' products. This will motivate more wisely towards product switching. This finding related to the limited alternative product choices; product constraints are difficult to find, high prices (Zanoli &amp; Naspetti; 2002, and Chinnici, and friends; 2002). Low availability in the market (Kalafatis, and friends;, 2009: Magnusson, and friends; 2012, Vindigni, and friends; 2002, Tarlanen &amp; Sundqvist; 2005, Chen; 2009); and the minimum number of alternative options (Chinnici, and friends; 2002) as well as the cost of switching (Anton, and friends; 2007).</em></p> Yudhistira Harisandi Mohammad Saleh Herman Cahyo Diartho Sigit Soeparjono Copyright (c) 2022 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-05-19 2022-05-19 3 3 796 805 10.46729/ijstm.v3i3.500 Quality Of The Coastal Water Of Aroma Beach San Jose, Occidental Mindoro https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/526 <p>This is study which focused on the determination of the coastal water quality, of the <br>Aroma Beach, a strip of gray sand which stretches more than one kilometer and <br>located in San Jose, Occidental Mindoro. To determine water quality, water <br>samples were taken monthly from February 2019 to May 2019 and subjected to <br>analysis for pH, DO, temperature and oil and grease. Microbiological tests include <br>determination of total coliform and fecal coliform measured in terms of most <br>probable number per 100ml of the water sampled. Results of the study indicate that <br>the coastal waters at Aroma Beach is safe for contact swimming and other <br>recreational activities, however, values of its oil and grease have exceeded the <br>maximum concentration slightly exceeded the DENR threshold for this pollutant.</p> Norma B. Muyot Copyright (c) 2022 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-05-19 2022-05-19 3 3 806 810 10.46729/ijstm.v3i3.526 Operational Optimization Of A Potable Water Refilling Station https://ijstm.inarah.co.id/index.php/ijstm/article/view/528 <p><em>This is study which focused on the determination of the coastal water quality, of the Aroma Beach, a strip of gray sand which stretches more than one kilometer and&nbsp; located in San Jose, Occidental Mindoro. To determine water quality,&nbsp; water samples were taken monthly from &nbsp;February 2019 to May 2019 and subjected to analysis for pH, DO, temperature and oil and grease. Microbiological tests include determination of total coliform and fecal coliform measured in terms of most probable number per 100ml of the water sampled. Results of the study indicate that the coastal waters at Aroma Beach is safe for contact swimming and other recreational activities, however, values of its oil and grease have exceeded the maximum concentration slightly exceeded the DENR threshold for this pollutant. </em></p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong></p> Norma B. Muyot Charmine Sheena R. Saflor Copyright (c) 2022 International Journal of Science, Technology & Management https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0 2022-05-19 2022-05-19 3 3 811 818 10.46729/ijstm.v3i3.528