Work Ethic Principles Of State Civil Apparatus In The Ministry Of Law And Human Rights Of The Republic Of Indonesia

  • Bobby Briando, Muhamad Ali Embi

Abstract

In relation to ethnic work ethics, it is important to discuss in relation to cultural reality in work
principles. The form of work influences work ethics. In work ethics where humans always develop their
creativity in the form of ideas and thoughts. The product of human culture here is value, which can only
be understood, lived and defined by humans. In this context, ethnic cultures such as Malay, Minangkabau
and Javanese are realities within the institutions of the Ministry of Law and Human Rights of the
Republic of Indonesia..
This study wish to describe the principles of work ethics done by Melayu, Mingkau and Javanese people
in the Ministry of Law and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia. The results of this study stated
that: 1) melayu people, they have work ethic called high ”spirit of work”, spirit that is able to lift up the
dignity of his people "to sit and stand up at the same height" with the people and with other nations. 2)
minangkabau ethnic are very famous for their brain industry during the struggle for independence. The
majority of the Minang community adhere to the teachings of Islam; Islam directly teaches us to try /
work to achieve a better future. 3) Javanese work principle maintains normalization by the use of fine and
sweet grammar. In Javanese philosophy, ajining diri soko lathi means that one's self-esteem depends on
the mouth, speech, and language. The words are fluent, sweet, and empan papan (know situation and
circumstances) will be pleasing

Published
2020-05-01
How to Cite
Bobby Briando, Muhamad Ali Embi. (2020). Work Ethic Principles Of State Civil Apparatus In The Ministry Of Law And Human Rights Of The Republic Of Indonesia. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(7s), 2770-2782. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/17324