Print ISSN: 2204-1990

Online ISSN: 1323-6903

Keywords : Covid-19 pandemic


The Identification of Online Strategy Learning Results While Students Learn from Home During the Disruption of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Indonesia

SUDARMO ,; MULYAWAN SAFWANDY NUGRAHA; MARDHIAH ,; FESTUS EVLY R.I.LIOW; ASLAN ,

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 2, Pages 1950-1956
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.02.205

This study aimed to identify a strategic learning approach to support student learning development from home, resulting from school closures policy due to the disruption of the COVID-19. Many studies have shown that learning success at home during a pandemic is closely related to students' learning outcome orientation strategies. To understand what approach can support this learning, we have reviewed various related literature. After the review completed, in-depth analysis and interpretation were with a descriptive design on pedagogical competence, motivation, materials, methods, and evaluation of success. Connected with teaching experiences, theories, and student learning realities from home so far, finally, we can identify efforts to develop strategic designs to support student learning from home as follows: 1) learning mindset and ownership, 2) situational awareness, 3) vision and learning innovation, 4) collaborative learning, 5) critical thinking skills, 6, 7) high commitment, 8) new learning skills, 9) knowledge resources, 10) independent learning management, 11) academic competency innovation, and 12) learning balance. These findings are valid and reliable because they have answered the research question. Therefore, these findings can serve as a relevant solution to support students learning from home while waiting for schools to reopen.

Covid-19 Pandemic And The Adversity Of Hotel Industry: Relationship Between Service Guarantees On Service Quality Perception And Consumer Perceived Risk

ADRIE OKTAVIO; ENDO WIJAYA KARTIKA; ZEPLIN JIWA HUSADA TARIGAN; THOMAS STEFANUS KAIHATU

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 2, Pages 5313-5320
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.02.539

The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has been significantly felt by many industries, especially the hotel industry in Indonesia. Declining occupancy had been a significant blow to the industry that also has an impact on the company. Therefore, some policies are taken, such as layoff, temporarily operation suspend, or even permanent termination. Even though the Indonesian government has relaxed its social restriction policy, declining occupancy has still occurred. In other words, consumers are still not sure about the implementation of health protocols in public, including hotels. This study investigates consumer perceived risk influenced by service guarantees and service quality perception during the Covid-19 pandemic condition, retrieving research data from 312 starred-hotel consumers in East Java and Bali provinces. The results showed that service guarantees directly and significantly affect service quality perception and consumer perceived risk. However, service quality perception has a direct effect but not significant on consumer perceived risk.

The Covid-19 Pandemic Impact on the Absorption of Non- Tax State Revenue Budget: A Study in the Gorontalo Province National Land Agency Region

Muhdar HM, Roni Mohamad, Muhtar , Wahyuddin Maguni, Siti Rahma, Hamdan Mohamad

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 2, Pages 5911-5932
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.02.593

Non-Tax State Revenue (PNBP) as a budget source for the government was
eroded by the Covid-19 pandemic. The decline in the PNBP value nationally results in low
budget absorption at the work unit level. This study aims to describe the impact caused by
the Covid-19 Pandemic on budget absorption of PNBP within the Regional Office of the
Gorontalo Province National Land Agency. This research uses descriptive quantitative
research. The results showed that the Covid-19 pandemic had a negative impact in terms of
budget absorption where the budget absorption rate in the third quarter did not reach the
target of 60% so that the budget absorption performance value of all work units was below
80, which means that budget absorption was in poor and very bad criteria less. Meanwhile,
the Covid-19 pandemic has also had a positive impact in terms of savings and efficiency in
budget use, thereby reducing the burden on the State Budget.