Development of Web-Based Job Performance Assessment System of Local Government in Indonesia

Nurhadi ., Diana Hertati ,

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Reforms in the field of employment in Indonesia become an important pillar in the organization of the wheels of government, but at the level of implementation has not deliver results in line with expectations.  The subjectivity in the evaluation of job performance is almost inevitable. The management and employees need regular performance appraisal process, and quickly, so as to provide feedback and rapid improvement in the working environment. Transparency of the assessment process can usually be a positive effect on improvement of employee motivation. For that we need a research on development of system of Web-based job performance evaluation prototype at the district and city in East Java Indonesia. The research location is the city government of Surabaya, Mojokerto and Sidoarjo Indonesia. The methods of collecting data are using interviews and focused group discussion. Data analysis was conducted using qualitative analysis. The results showed that the development of a system of web-based job performance evaluation prototype on city and district governments in East Java is done through six stages as follows; a) Identification and analysis of user requirements, b) Quick Design, c) Building prototype, d) Evaluation by Users, e)) The Refinement of the system prototype, f) Launching system prototype.


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development, prototype, web-based job performance assessment

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