Implementation Of Recipient Design And Additional Recipient Criteria For Income To Civil Servants Of The Education And Culture Office Of Kutai Kartanegara Regency

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Nuraini, Suryadi, Susilo, Risman Iye


In general, the success of bureaucratic reform is entirely in the hands of civil servants and CPNS. As servants of the state, their main task is to provide maximum service to the community. However, complaints about the lack of welfare so that they cannot carry out their duties to the maximum are very often we listen to, as happened with civil servants and CPNS in the Kutai Kartanegara District government often correlate between the lack of salary, position, performance, productivity. analyze the Implementation of Recipient Design and Criteria for Receiving Additional Income to Civil Servants of the Education and Culture Office of Kutai Kartanegara Regency. This research is a qualitative study, the method of data collection is carried out intensively, the researchers participate in the field for a long time, note carefully what happened, conduct a reflective analysis of various documents found in the field, and make detailed research reports. In qualitative research, the research instrument is the researcher himself. The data in this study are in the form of field notes, observations, preliminary observations, opinions expressed by education officials, and staff in the Education and Culture Office of Kutai Kartanegara Regency and their archives. Research results show that based on the evaluation results found in the recipient and the recipient's criteria have met the specified requirements. However, on the other hand, it can be found the recipient and the recipient's criteria are still far from what they should be so that various weaknesses can be seen in terms of determining the recipient and recipient's criteria. As stated earlier, civil servants and CPNS at the Office of Education and Culture are divided into five different job categories, but in receiving additional income they should not have the status but are "equally feeling equal" because the place where employees work is different in the program additional income policy.

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