Development of Strategic Human Resource Management towards Improvement Work Culture at Baitul Mal in Aceh

Mukhsinuddin Mukhsinuddin(1*), Mikral Rinaldi(2), Yanto Yanto(3), Rahil Imainul Aprilian(4),

(1) STAIN Teungku Dirundeng Meulaboh
(2) STAIN Teungku Dirundeng Meulaboh
(3) Universitas Bangka Belitung
(4) Universitas Bangka Belitung
(*) Corresponding Author

Abstract


This study aims to determine Human Resource management and strategy in developing
a performance culture at Baitul Mal throughout Aceh Province. Approach, direction
and human resources synergize to achieve a goal and have great potential to manage
Baitul Mal in Aceh Province as an Islamic Sharia Region. Therefore, researchers are
interested in researching how the strategy of human resources in the Baitul Mal of the
Province of Aceh in improving the welfare of the community regarding the
management of Zakat, Infaq, and Sadaqah (ZIS) funds in the Province of Aceh. The
approach used in this research is qualitative. While the methods used are observation,
in-depth interviews, and documentation studies. This research also collected data from
the Baitul Mal of Aceh Province, West Aceh, South Aceh, and the Municipality of
Banda Aceh


Keywords


Development, Management;Human Resource;Strategic;Baitul Mal

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.33019/ijbe.v7i2.625

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