Application of An Environmental Friendly Work Area At Dinda Hayu Batik

Jaka Purwanta, Y Siswanti, Trismi Ristyowati

Abstract


This study aims to apply the principles of an environmentally friendly work area. One of the batik home industries, Dinda Hayu batik, which is located in Munggon Hamlet. Padukuhan Munggon, Sendangtirto Village, Berbah District, Sleman Regency, Yogyakarta Special Region, became the object of this research. The leader and owner of Dinda Hayu Batik are Mrs. Riyo Ety. A high level of sales and a large profit to be obtained is one of the goals of a business. To achieve that goal requires maximum employee performance, good product marketing, and a supportive work environment. This research discusses how environmental aspects can support employee performance so that it leads to increased profits that will be obtained by Dinda Hayu Batik. Environmental aspects are comfortable in terms of the availability of adequate locations to fulfill the Green Open Space (RTH) and parking areas. In addition, the comfort of the work area also greatly affects employee performance. A hot work atmosphere will make employees sweat more than they should, so employees will feel tired quickly. Therefore, the solution of providing a sufficient green open space (RTH) or garden and supported by smooth air circulation in the work area will make the work area temperature cool and comfortable. A hot work atmosphere will make employees sweat more than they should, so employees will feel tired quickly. Therefore, the solution of providing a sufficient green open space (RTH) or garden and supported by smooth air circulation in the work area will make the work area temperature cool and comfortable. A hot work atmosphere will make employees sweat more than they should, so employees will feel tired quickly. Therefore, the solution of providing a sufficient green open space (RTH) or garden and supported by smooth air circulation in the work area will make the work area temperature cool and comfortable.


Keywords


environment, performance, comfort, profit

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.31098/ess.v1i1.93

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