The Role of Small and Medium Enterprises (UKM) with Human Resources (HR) Based in Face of MEA 2015 in Indonesia
Abstract: This type of study is a qualitative phenomenological approach Sources of data in this study include: 1) Primary Data Sources, 2) Secondary Data Sources. This research instrument is a researcher himself, in which the researcher as an instrument to obtain accurate data supplied by various methods. From the perspective of the world, recognized that micro, small and medium enterprises (UKM) play a vital role in the development and economic growth, not only in developing countries but also in developed countries. It is widely recognized that KM Medium Enterprises is very important because they are the main characteristics that distinguish them from large businesses, mainly because UKM are labor intensive efforts, there are in all locations, especially in rural areas, more dependent on local raw materials, and The main providers of goods and services the basic needs of low-income communities or poor. To designing and planning human resource development processes are aligned with the needs of the organization, according to Manzini (1996) required an integrated systematic planning namely First, strategic planning which aims to maintain the viability of the company in the competitive environment and provide a long-term forecast HR needs. Second, the operational plan that specifies the source of manpower needs and the needs of everyday in the company. Third, human resource planning, which can predict the quality and quantity of labor required to meet the needs of short-term and long-term.
[Dr H Muh. Akob Kadir SE, MS,I (2015); The Role of Small and Medium Enterprises (UKM) with Human Resources (HR) Based in Face of MEA 2015 in Indonesia Int. J. of Adv. Res. 3 (4). 0] (ISSN 2320-5407). www.journalijar.com
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