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Marwah: Jurnal Perempuan, Agama dan Jender Vol 15, No 1 (2016): Marwah
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Sultan Syarif Kasim Riau

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This study aims to determine 1) the condition of household food security, 2) the factors that affect the capacity of women farmers in food consumption in order to achieve food security at the household level, 3) the factors that affect spending foodstuffs on the level households and 4) the capacity of women farmers to achieve household food security in the era of globalization in the city of Pekanbaru. This study uses a cross-sectional study design, located in four districts in the city of Pekanbaru namely District Tampan, District Marpoyan Damai, District and Sub-district Rumbai and Rumbai Pesisir. Primary data was collected using a questionnaire which was distributed to 100 respondents of women farmers selected by simple random sampling. Factors that affect the capacity of women farmers in achieving food security household level are: income, education and nutrition knowledge of women farmers. Factors that affect spending foodstuffs at the household level women farmers in the city of Pekanbaru is the price of rice, household income, number of household members and the level of education. Capacity of women farmers in food processing is still at the low level. Threats of globalization on food security in Pekanbaru city can be resolved by the farmer community empowerment program. Empowerment of women farmers not only to protect the rice trade, but also to uplift the lives of women farmers through programs that improve local agricultural businesses

Pengaruh Variabel Peningkatan Produktivitas , Penguasaan Teknologi Baru dan Pelatihan Terhadap Pengendalian Mutu Terpadu Karyawan Pada Industri Tekstil dan Garmen di Surakarta

Jurnal Manajemen Industri dan Logistik Vol 2, No 1 (2018): page 03 - 103
Publisher : Politeknik APP Jakarta

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Integrated Quality Control requires the participation of all divisions within the company, such as marketing, design, manufacturing. Laboratory examination. As an integrated process that focuses on customers and beneficiaries, it simultaneously aims to protect and enhance the satisfaction of all stakeholders. Employee development does cost a lot, but it is a long-term investment for the company in personnel. Because skilled and skilled employees will be able to work more efficiently, effectively, wastage of raw materials, and less machine wear, better results will increase the company's competitiveness. The purpose of this research is (a) to know the level of Employee Productivity (TPK), (b) Employee Training (PK) and (c) Latest Technology Development (PTT) whether the positive effect on Integrated Employee Quality Control (PMTK). This research use Survey research method by using quantitative approach. The results obtained the employee Productivity Level positive effect on Integrated Quality Control Employees with 0,072 standardized coefficients. Employee Training has a positive effect on Integrated Employee Quality Control with a standardized coefficient of 0.164. Latest Technology Development positively influences to Integrated Quality Control Employee with a coefficient of standardized 0,114.