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Ramayah) support@readersinsight.net (Muhammad Imran Qureshi) Wed, 15 Jun 2022 07:40:55 -0400 OJS 3.1.2.1 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 The role of incentives on improving performance of human resources in Nesma holding company in Saudi Arabia https://readersinsight.net/jmi/article/view/2474 <p class="RiAbstractText">The importance of incentives lies in their effect on human behaviour, as it is considered an important factor in improving the performance of employees, and this study aims to identify the role of material and moral incentives on the performance of the human resource in Nesma Holding Company in Jeddah. We have relied on the descriptive and analytical approach in the theoretical side; where the study sample consisted of 60 workers in Nesma Holding Company, 60 questionnaires were distributed to the workers of the company, and they were completely retrieved. In conclusion, the results show that having appropriate materials and moral incentives, and good training can have a significant impact on employee motivation, knowledge and job performance.</p> Nahd Yahya Ali Aladeeb, Sanil S. Hishan Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Management Info https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://readersinsight.net/jmi/article/view/2474 Wed, 15 Jun 2022 07:37:16 -0400 An assessment of central banking on unemployment and poverty: The case of Nigeria https://readersinsight.net/jmi/article/view/2486 <p class="RiAbstractText">This paper assesses the impact of Central Bank monetary policies on living standards in Nigeria from 1980 to 2017, using eclectic regression techniques. The outcome reveals that unemployment growth is positively sensitive to policy rates and money supply. Per capita income is negatively sensitive to police rate, which suggests that policies do not address structural weaknesses that influence rapid price variations. The study thus fails to reject the hypothesis that Central Banking policies may be accentuating unemployment and poverty in Nigeria. The paper recommends low policy rate possibly at the middle of single digit; an indexed-wage system; and stoppage of money supply through ways and means.</p> Patrick Omoruyi Eke Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Management Info https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://readersinsight.net/jmi/article/view/2486 Wed, 15 Jun 2022 07:38:01 -0400 Impact of foreign direct investment on economy, environment, technology, productivity and energy of the countries https://readersinsight.net/jmi/article/view/2475 <p>In today's world, attracting Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) is one of the essential tasks of governments. But what effect will the absorption of Foreign Direct Investment have on that society? Based on the review of 18 articles, the researcher has categorized these effects into the following 5 factors. These factors belong to Economy, Environment, Technology, Productivity, and Energy. Following the results of previous studies, the impacts of the five factors mentioned on communities in the effect of FDI are reviewed. The Boolean search methodology is chosen as the methodology, also the finding of the researcher is mentioned in the paragraphs below. FDI not only aids in the development of this industry, but it also has a substantial impact on the micro and macro levels. FDI has a favorable impact on the growth rate of per capita GDP. In addition, the African continent saw significant economic expansion. The impact of financial systems may explain why developing-country correlations are low while developed-country saving-investment correlations are strong. the impact of GDP and energy usage on Carbon dioxide emissions are significant, whereas the impact of FDI on Carbon dioxide emissions is positive but minor. Industrial SO2 emissions will increase by 0.098 percent for every 1% growth in FDI capital stock. FDI rising emissions in middle-income countries in the near term while reduces them in high-income nations. FDI from TMH areas has a substantial beneficial influence on the productivity of the wood products industry at the industrial level. On energy consumption, FDI revealed a negative scale impact, a structural effect, and a positive technical impact. In the end, the impact of foreign direct investment on worker productivity is positive. The researcher recommends that politicians make every effort to improve their country's political and judicial conditions to attract more FDI to their countries.</p> Arian Amidi, Sanil S. Hishan Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Management Info https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://readersinsight.net/jmi/article/view/2475 Wed, 15 Jun 2022 07:38:45 -0400 Implementation total quality management (TQM) to determine competitive advantage in small and medium enterprise (SME) https://readersinsight.net/jmi/article/view/2614 <p>The implementation of total quality management (TQM) always concerned by top management within organization. TQM are crucial elements in Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) sector due to it aimed to improve competitive advantage of organization. This research is aimed to explore the relationship between TQM and competitive advantage within SME sector of Malaysia. Quantitative research is used to conduct this research. Therefore, questionnaires would be distributed to the executive management level or above within SME organization in Malaysia randomly. The sample size is 124 respondent SMEs Malaysia. Smart-PLS are the software used to analyse the data gathering from respondents. The result of analysis shown that total quality management (TQM) has a significant positive impact to competitive advantage. Therefore, this research is expected to provide deep understanding regarding TQM and competitive advantage for the SME industry within Malaysia and acts as reference to future researchers.</p> Che Ahmad Anwar Bin Che Husain Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Management Info https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://readersinsight.net/jmi/article/view/2614 Thu, 25 Aug 2022 11:11:58 -0400 Assessing the effectiveness of automated email marketing campaign to retain customer loyalty https://readersinsight.net/jmi/article/view/2619 <p>In this research project, researcher will be explained about assessing the effectiveness of automated email marketing campaign in order to retain customer loyalty. The purposes of this research are to examine the effectiveness of automated email marketing campaign and to investigate the reasons why it can retain customer loyalty. The methodology chose by researcher is quantitative research where the survey will be conducted to collect data that will be extract to perform mathematical techniques. The data collected will be identified regarding the effectiveness of automated email marketing campaign to retain customer loyalty and analysed using SmartPLS software. The results gain from this research is there will be a reason on why automated email marketing campaign is chose in order to retain customer loyalty. In addition, result also revealed that the variables used in effective automated email marketing campaign will gives difference data towards on how it can retain customer loyalty and it shows that the frequency and outstanding content have relationship between the customer loyalty. However, relevant database has no relationship between the customer loyalty. The implications and limitation will be explained further in conclusion.</p> Nur ‘Atiqah Farihah Binti Shifhuddin Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Management Info https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://readersinsight.net/jmi/article/view/2619 Thu, 25 Aug 2022 15:54:12 -0400 Mapping economic and social effects of Covid-19 in ASEAN economies https://readersinsight.net/jmi/article/view/2592 <p>The emergence of the Covid-19 pandemic has created a perfect storm of crises in ASEAN member countries (AMCs). Before the Covid-19 crisis, economic inequalities were prevalent all across AMCs at domestic and regional levels and the majority of the population was confined to surviving on low and insecure incomes. The main objective of this study is to explore the economic and social effects among AMCs and how Covid-19 interacted with these effects. Our study indicates that stark and myriad economic inequalities persist among low-income and rural poor societies of high-income countries in the ASEAN ranging from wealth, access to healthcare and education services, gender-based inequalities, deprivation of basic resources and services, and asymmetry in employment and migration opportunities for certain groups. We predict that Covid-19 will exacerbate these inequalities consequently pushing marginalised and vulnerable people into extreme poverty and may further escalate health and economic risks. AMCs governments need to focus on developing an inclusive economic recovery process to strengthen the poorly protected social safety nets, address the gender-based issues and consider the inclusion of marginalised and vulnerable communities while developing health and economic recovery policies to mitigate Covid-19 impacts. Our findings provide a roadmap to the governments and policymakers scrambling for resources to combat the Covid-19 social and economic impacts.</p> Abdul Hadi bin Abdul Satar, Hakimah Yaacob Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Management Info https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 https://readersinsight.net/jmi/article/view/2592 Sun, 04 Sep 2022 02:37:53 -0400