The Identification of Female Workers in Handcraft Embroidery Industry Based on The Factors Shaping Their Work Behavior
Nurul Hidayati, Anggaunita Kiranantika, Sri Eko Pujirahayu
Available Online January 2019.
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- Identification; Female Workers; Factors; Work Behavior; Handcraft Embroidery
- Female workers are important assets of an industry. Every female worker has a different work behavior, and good work behavior can positively impact on the productivity and performance of the workers. Hence, companies must be able to identify how certain behavior can affect the performance of the female workers and what factors shape the behavior. This is a case study conducted on UKM (small medium enterprise) Fath Bordir running handcraft embroidery industry. Using descriptive method with the quatitative approach, this study aims to identify and describe the work behavior of female workers in Fath Bordir and what factors are shaping the behavior. The participants of this study are female workers working in the UKM Fath Bordir handcraft embroidery industry. The results of this study indicate that there are three factors that shape the work behavior of female workers working in Fath Bordir, namely work environment, conflict and communication. (1) working environment accounts for 62,5% of the whole factors affecting the work behavior of the female workers, which means that Fath Bordir has a good working environment for these workers; (2) conflict makes up 50 % of the total factors, which shows that conflict rarely happens in Fath embroidery (3) communication acccounts for 87,5% and it means that female workers of Fath Bordir have a good communication with one another.
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TY - CONF AU - Nurul Hidayati AU - Anggaunita Kiranantika AU - Sri Eko Pujirahayu PY - 2019/01 DA - 2019/01 TI - The Identification of Female Workers in Handcraft Embroidery Industry Based on The Factors Shaping Their Work Behavior BT - 2nd International Conference on Vocational Education and Training (ICOVET 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 60 EP - 63 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/icovet-18.2019.16 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/icovet-18.2019.16 ID - Hidayati2019/01 ER -