Vol 6, No 8 (2016)

August 2016 Edition

Table of Contents

Articles

Odubo Ebifuro, Eniye Mienye, Tonye Vivian Odubo
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Jairus Casian Mlowe
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Sandeep Dokhale
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Dr. Lawrence Achimugu
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Dibyendu Dutta, Samir Banerjee
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Ashwitha Jain, Dr. Venkatramana Bhat P
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Vhanice Kwamboka Moriasi
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Maliselo Maliselo, Mwaanga Mwaanga
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Liqaashallalfarhan Liqaashallalfarhan
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Alsamowal M, Hadad Hadad, Z. Sharif
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Radamés Santiago, Dr. Toni DiDona
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Shehab A, Dr. Arkan N.Bahlol
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Ali Aliyuda, Muhammed Kabir Ahmed
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Ahmed A. Mukhlif, Khatam M. Hattab
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Mulugeta Girma, Belay Adissu
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Ayalew Beza
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Nabanita Mukherjee
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Dr. S. P. Dhir
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Akanksha Dubey, Dr.Ajay Kumar Bansal
Shreyas Ramanagara Sridhara, Vishan Ravi Tejaas, Nagarjun RK, Varun Kumar R
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Rajmane S .D, Korekar S. L.
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Dr. Alice A. Anika
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Dr. M. Peer Mohamed
Ryan T. Sarimong
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Vidya. N, M. .S Dinesh, Ananda Ananda, Radha. D. Kale
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S. R. Gnanapragasam
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Harshitha M R, Sharmila R S, Dr .G C Shivasharannapa
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Sah SK, Chaudhary D, Pandey N
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Scholastica Khakayi Wamwayi, Dr. Iravo Mike Amuhaya, Professor, Elegwa Mukulu, Dr. Waititu Anthony Gichuhi
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Dr. Hetal Marfatia, Dr. Nilam Sathe, Dr. Sheetal Shelke
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Karla Dayana Guerrero, Erika Lorena Medina, Néstor Giovanny Yomayuza, Jhon Jairo Olaya, Jorge Hernando Bautista-Ruiz., Carlos Alberto Guerrero-Fajardo
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Shoukat Z Faki, Prof.Dr. Balshing R.R
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Aparna B R, DR G C Shivasharanappa, Prof.Anguraja R, DR R Prakash
Ismael Hasan Jawad, Dr. Kahtan H. Hussein Al Jebory, Dr. Hassan A. Baey
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Salim k. Hajwal, Salmal K. J.
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SaadM. Abdulhameed, Dr. Khalida M. Khudur
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Divya V, Vimal K.C., Mohanan C.N
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Muhammad Faisal Sultan, Noor Ahmed Memmon, Shakil Amhed
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John Connon
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KB Saxena, AN Tikle, RV Kumar, AK Choudhary, Bir Bahadur
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Karim, F.R., Abu Bakar, Kok Keong, Aziz, O.Q
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Satyajit Sarkar, Satarupa Datta, Pradipto Roy, Hemen Biswa, S. E. Kabir
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Hanumanthe Gowda, Rajendra Prasad
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Imad H. Mohammed, Dr. Mohammed F. Khalifa, Dr. Hassan A. Hussein
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Mr. Batluri Tilak Chandra, Dr. Sanjeevamurthy Sanjeevamurthy, Dr. H. S. Shiva Shankar
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Gossoon Juma Elywy, Wissam Jabbar Kassim
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Ambreen Grewal Virk, Meenakshi Malhotra
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Aqeel ghazi mutar
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Msaakpa T.S.
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Sailendra Mohan Das
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Chetna Pradhan, Dr. Surendra Singh Chauhan
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Peters Edem E
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Shashi Kadapa
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Ma. Lorena B. Aloquina
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Saminath. V
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Naufal Iza Aberdeen, Muhammad Syamsun, Mukhamad Najib
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Faizal Kevin Febrian, Prof. Dr. Ir. Syamsul Maarif, Prof. Dr. Ir. Aida Vitayala Hubeis
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R. Manohar, Dr. M. sakthivel
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Bhaskarjyoti Bodo, Ranjit Singha
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Palmawati Tahir
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Molla Gereme Taye
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Sagnika Banerjee
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Keerthi A.T, Dr.V.Salom Gnana Thanga
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M Sathyapriya
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Muhammad Rizki Mulya, Nurhayati HS Arifin, Hadi Sulilo Arifin
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Tekabe Sintayheu Sherferahu, Gadise Gezu
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Hasbi Shaji, Theresa Jose
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Shiekha E. John, Dr. Maya K, Dr. Padmalal D
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Msaakpa Msaakpa
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Behzad Barekat, Nesar Naghshbandi
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Pamela I., daobi Idibia
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Mieso Keweti, Dagne Wegary Gissa, Habtamu Zelleke, Lealem Tilahun
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The phenomenon of current prevailing wage is the phenomenon of high-wage high competitiveness. Wage theory developed by Rees (1973) and Katz (1980) suggested that wages should not look merely part of the production costs, but also wages are seen as part of efforts to improve the welfare and worker motivation. This theory is a theory of efficiency wages states that corporate profits could rise even though wages are paid above the equilibrium wage prevailing in the market. Yet here the two experts already take into account the quality of the workforce but have not yet come to empirical testing by developing a specific model. Therefore, researchers see this as an opportunity gap in an effort to uncover the phenomenon that occurs during labor and seeks to develop an empirical model to see the effect of wage and productivity as well as variables that can measure the quality of the workforce and a variety of other variables that affect wages and productivity collectively same. These factors are differences in the characteristics of the individual, human capital and the quality of working life (Quality of worklife). This research approach with constructivism approach through quantitative analysis techniques with a system of simultaneous equations. The unit of analysis is the study of labor in the hospitality industry .. The estimation results of research showed that education, training, experience, hours worked and productivity significantly positive effect on wages, while age and employment status are not significant. Quality of life and wages are significantly positive effect on productivity, while the education, experience, age and employment status are not significant. An important finding of the study that the training can significantly affect productivity but has a negative relationship. Overall, the findings of this study indicate that the positive effects of training on productivity will be greater in organizations that are willing to invest in a supportive working environment.
Inanda Karina Astari Fatma, Syamsurijal Abdul Kadir, Tatang Abdul Madjid Sarima, Saadah Yuliana
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Mustari Mustari
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Dr. Mansour Hashemi, Parvin Hesabi
Abdi Suryawardana, Prof. Dr. Ir. Noer Azam Achsani, Dr. Hendro Sasongko
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Adhiana Adhiana, Asmawati Asmawati
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Ridho Ilahi, Amzul Rifin
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