Reward Information System: Integrated Strategy to Control Program Effectiveness


This research is motivated from the transparency of universities to conduct a controlled and measured bureaucracy reform. One of the efforts to achieve it is by realizing the concept of reward and punishment for employees in State Universities. This form of reward and punishment is done through remuneration. The concept of remuneration can be implemented properly if it is supported by an integrated Management Information System. This study aims at building an information system of remuneration model in state universities, in the form of Public Service Agency in Indonesia that can represent strengths from each university. Thus, improvement of accessibility and transparency of remuneration calculation, which based on principles of fairness and professional achievement of employee performance, can be achieved. This research implements qualitative design through an interview study on some informants who are members of remuneration team from some universities who have learned the practice of remuneration in UNNES. This study are able to create a system containing the recapitulation data of the state universities which imposed remuneration, updated remuneration data, it also collects the types of remuneration rules made in each state university, recapitulation of job prices and recapitulation of the amount of remuneration. Any data collected in this system will be a supporting reference for the Ministry of Finance to monitor and make decisions regarding the successful implementation of remuneration in Indonesia.



Keywords: Reward Information System, Remuneration, Integrated System, Program Effectiveness.

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