CREATING THE CORRUPTION COMBATER WARRIORS IN INDONESIA
Authors: Abdullah Hehamahua
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The objective of this research was to obtain a comprehensive understanding of what, why, and how, the programs and performances which ideally need to be directed by integrity and professionalism are actually handled by the human resource management in the Corruption Eradication Commission (CEC). The qualitative approach to conduct the case study collected the data through a participant observation procedure, and triangulated with interviews with key informants, document analysis, and recordings. The study found that (1) the planning of the human resource, including the recruitment and selection process, has been conducted to follow the highest standards applied in state institutions and government agencies in Indonesia; (2) CEC is conducting education, training, and development programs of its human resource to improve organizational performance; (3) CEC is the first state institution or government agency to use performance as the parameter for reward and punishment; (4) CEC is the first state institution and government agency to use a merit system in determining the salary; (5) the values of integrity and professionalism constitute are the basic priciples to guide the corporate culture of the auditors of CEC. The findings indicate the need to improve the recruitment and selection process, to establish the standards of performance, evaluationj and career management in all the units, and to continue the Coaching, mentoring, and Counceling (CMC) program to maintain integrity and professionalism of the whole body of the human resource of the CEC.