https://ijsr.internationaljournallabs.com/index.php/ijsr/issue/feed Journal of Social Research 2024-05-06T09:59:08+00:00 Journal of Social Research [email protected] Open Journal Systems Journal of Social Research https://ijsr.internationaljournallabs.com/index.php/ijsr/article/view/2006 The Influence of Meaningful Work and Work Environment on Organizational Commitment Through Work Engagement as a Moderator Variable in the Kuningan Regency Regional Apparatus 2024-04-29T04:08:52+00:00 Erik Diyan Nurdiyansyah [email protected] Dikdik Harjadi [email protected] Lili Karmela [email protected] <p><em>Work engagement is a positive state, fulfillment, view of working conditions which is characterized by vigor, dedication, and absorption. Employees who have a high level of work engagement will show their best performance, this is because these employees enjoy the work they do. However, there are also employees who are less enthusiastic about preparing themselves and less enthusiastic about carrying out their work, but there are also employees who are still struggling with their work during break times and are willing to come home late at night or in other words find it difficult to escape from work. The aim of this research is to determine the role of work engagement in moderating the influence of meaningful work and the work environment on organizational commitment in regional apparatus Kamuning Kuningan Regency. This research uses a descriptive verification method with a quantitative approach. Primary data was collected using a questionnaire with a Likert Scale and 5 (five) answer choices, with a sample of 324 employees. The data obtained was then analyzed using the Partial Least Square (PLS) statistical method, which is a variance &nbsp;based Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) approach. In this research, PLS is used to analyze&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; &nbsp;the entire construct formed with &nbsp;reflective indicators. The results of this research show that meaningful work has a significant positive effect on organizational commitment, the work environment has a significant positive effect on organizational commitment. Meanwhile, work engagement is able to act as a moderating variable on the influence of meaningful work and the work environment on organizational commitment.</em></p> 2024-04-26T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Erik Diyan Nurdiyansyah, Dikdik Harjadi, Lili Karmela https://ijsr.internationaljournallabs.com/index.php/ijsr/article/view/2009 Clinical Symptom Analysis of Characteristic Bacteria Causing Subclinical Mastitis in Dairy Cow at Pengalengan, Bandung Regency 2024-04-29T03:28:36+00:00 Pranyata Tangguh Waskita [email protected] Roostita L Balia [email protected] I Made Joni [email protected] Wendry Setiyadi Putranto [email protected] <p><em>Mastitis is an udder infection that affects many dairy farms in Indonesia. Many causes can be identified to see the etiology. This study was conducted to determine the bacteria that causes mastitis and attacks dairy farms in the Bandung Regency Region. Based on the results of isolation and identification by examination of Blood Agar Media (BAP), Catalase Test, Coagulase Test, Gram staining, and DNAse Test of milk samples taken from three farm areas in Warnasari and Babakan Kiara in Pengalengan District and Citawa District Kertasari District, the bacteria that cause mastitis are </em><em>Staphylococcus aureus COPS</em><em> and </em><em>CONS</em><em>, </em><em>Staphylococcus pyogenes, Staphylococcus epidermidis,</em><em> and </em><em>Staphylococcus saprophytes.</em><em> The characteristics of Clinical symptoms analysis from the bacteria causing subclinical Mastitis as seen as udder redness, swelling, and fever. There are tissue necrosis in the nipple and part of the udder. The milk parenchyma becomes fribillated, and the milk produced becomes mixed with blood, drips continuously, and appears watery in the presence of flakes, clots, and mucus. Implementation Early, prompt, and accurate diagnostic examinations must be carried out to prevent the occurrence of subclinical mastitis so that the objective can benefit the farmers for the future livelihood of the farm</em></p> 2024-04-26T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Pranyata Tangguh Waskita, Roostita L Balia, I Made Joni, Wendry Setiyadi Putranto https://ijsr.internationaljournallabs.com/index.php/ijsr/article/view/2004 The Influence of Competence, Work Environment and Work Family Conflict on Performance Mediated by Organizational Commitment (Survey of Public Junior High School Teachers in Kuningan Sub-District) 2024-05-06T09:59:08+00:00 Sumi Krismiyati [email protected] Lili Karmela F [email protected] Dede Djuniardi [email protected] <p><em>The purpose of this study was to test and analyse the effect of competency, work environment and work family conflict on work performance mediated by organizational commitment (survey of public middle school teacher in Kuningan distric). The sampling technique used is probability sampling with simple random sampling approach and managed to acquire 161 sample comprised of teacher from public middle school in Kuningan. The technique used in this research wasinferential statistic with parametrich method and the tool used in this reseach is SmartPLS V.3,0 using SEM method. The result of this study shows that competency have positive and significant effect on organizational commitment, work environment have positive and significant effect on organizational commitment, work family conflict have positive but insignificant effect on organizational commitment and significant, competency have positive and significant effect on work performance, work environment have positive and significant effect on work performance, work family conflict have positive and significant effect on work performance, organizational commitment have positive and significant effect on work performance, organizational commitment can mediated the effect of competency on organizational commitment can mediate the effect of competency on work performance, organzational commitment can mediate the effect of work environment on performance, and organizational commitment cannot mediate the effect of work family conflict on performance.</em></p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Sumi Krismiyati, Lili Karmela F, Dede Djuniardi https://ijsr.internationaljournallabs.com/index.php/ijsr/article/view/2024 Analysis of Operational Performance of Transjakarta Public Transportation Corridor 13 Route Puri Beta 2 - Latuharhari (L13e) 2024-05-06T01:59:02+00:00 Rizki Adam Dawi [email protected] Nunung Widyaningsih [email protected] <p><em>Transportation is one of the state's tools to drive the economy, the Jabodetabek community already has a fairly good means of transportation, one of which is the Transjakarta Bus. Transjakarta buses have also developed their routes and one of the routes that is quite busy is Puri Beta 2 - Latuharhari corridor L13E. Although Transjakarta Route L13E is operated by Express, there are still problems with the frequency of bus arrivals. This is because the L13E route does not fully have a dedicated path. There are still some segments mixed with other traffic. The purpose of this study is to determine and analyze the Transjakarta Bus Performance of Puri Beta 2 – Latuharhari L13E Route. The method used for this research is a survey method to the field to obtain research data. After the data is obtained, then an operational performance analysis will be carried out on performance indicators based on the standards of the Decree of the Director General of Land Transportation No.SK.687 / AJ.206 / DRJD / 2002. From the results of the study of seven operational performance indicators referring to the Decree of the Directorate General of Land Transportation No.687 / AJ.206 / DRJD / 2002 obtained five indicators with category A (Good), namely: 1) Headway (time between), 2) Load Factor (Load Factor), 3) Travel speed, 4) Service Time, 5) Waiting time. While there are 2 indicators with category B (Medium), namely: 1) Frequency, 2) Travel Time. Based on the overall assessment of the Operational Performance of the Directorate General of Land Transportation Decree No.687/AJ.206/DRJD/2002, Transjakarta Bus L13E obtained an A or Good grade. Based on the calculation of the maximum load factor, it is found that the bus stop that has the highest number of passengers or maximum load factor on weekday morning direction 1 towards Latuharhari is Adam Malik stop to Velbak stop, this also happens on weekend morning direction 1 towards Latuharhari, this is because Adam Malik bus stop is a bus stop that is quite busy with universities and densely populated areas and is also one of the stops of choice for the surrounding community to travel to the center city. In this study, it was also found that the maximum load factor on Weekday afternoon direction 2 towards Puri Beta 2 occurred at the Patra Kuningan stop to the Velbak stop, this is because the Patra Kuningan stop is an office area and also the Velbak stop is one of the choices for service users to be able to move to other modes of transportation.</em></p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Rizki Adam Dawi, Nunung Widyaningsih https://ijsr.internationaljournallabs.com/index.php/ijsr/article/view/2020 Evaluation of the Strength Of R60 Type Rails Against Loading High-Speed Trains 2024-05-06T01:35:35+00:00 Septa Ade Dermawan [email protected] Nunung Widyaningsih [email protected] <p><em>Currently, Indonesia has entered a new phase in the development of modern transportation infrastructure, namely high-speed trains initiated by PT Kereta Cepat Indonesia China. The design of the facility operated is an Electrical Multiple Unit (EMU) CR400AF that can drive up to speeds of 350 km / h.&nbsp; Of course, high train speed requires the reliability of railway road infrastructure, including the geometry and components of rail roads. The technical specifications of high-speed rail roads have been regulated in the Minister of Transportation Regulation Number 7 of 2022. The type of rail used by high-speed railway line components with a rail road width of 1435 mm is type R60 rail. However, the determination of the type of high-speed railway in Indonesia has not been completed by analyzing the strength of the rail structure in bearing the load working on it. Thus, this study discusses the influence of rail road geometry on the speed of facilities and evaluates the strength of Type R60 rail structures in receiving high-speed train loads. The analysis method uses the Beam on Elastic Foundation (BOEF) method which assumes the behavior of rails as continuous beams that receive loads on elastic foundation pedestals. The results of the study found that the value of the realized radius and minimum radius of the horizontal arch respectively amounted to 9,500 m and 8,502.94 m greater than the horizontal arch permit radius of 7,000 m, while for the value of the permit radius and vertical radius of the vertical arch of 25,000 m. So that the optimization of the horizontal curved radius to 8,502.94 m to be more in line with the ability of the path to serve passing facilities and is expected to be more effective and efficient in planning. The static load and dynamic load of the EMU wheel CR400AF of 81,662.50 N and 243,522.90 N. The maximum voltage and rail clearance voltage were obtained at 134.53 N/mm2 and 228.57 N/mm2. The strength of the rails is written in the form of a safety factor (SF) number. The calculation results show that the most critical SF value of the rail in receiving the load of high-speed trains is 1.70. Based on the results of BoEF calculations, R60 type rails have a high safety value in withstanding static loads and dynamic loads of high-speed trains.</em></p> 2024-04-28T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Septa Ade Dermawan, Nunung Widyaningsih