Efficient Human Capital Investment in the ICT Industry in Indonesia


  • Seni Soniansih School Of Life And Wellness,Spain


Human Capital Investment, Indonesia, ICT Industry,Business


The purpose of this study is to investigate the development of human capital in industry and the
involvement of information technology in improving company performance in Indonesia. This research
is based on the theory of human capital and the influence of computer and information technology in
influencing industries in various economic fields.This research was conducted in 2021 using a survey
method using an online questionnaire that was sent to 125 IT companies in Indonesia, from 125 IT
companies who were sent a questionnaire. There were 105 IT companies that participated in this
research. For each company, we sent 10 questionnaires to 10 different people, so there were 1250
questionnaires sent to 125 companies and there were 677 respondents who answered the questions in
this survey. The results of all the answers to this questionnaire were checked with each other and
mutually triangulated with each other so as to give rise to a complete hypothesis because the purpose of
this study was to investigate and analyze a hypothesis as a finding using descriptive qualitative
methods. This study finds two important results in the development of studies of human and computer
capital and information technology in business and economics. The first finding builds on the
hypothesis that managers feel it is important to involve commuters and information technology in their
companies and support other companies that are their corporate partners to use computers and
information technology for more effective and efficient business operations and support their increased
competitiveness. Regarding human capital, most of the directors have the same opinion which is
triangulated from the manager's answer which leads to the need for training and development of human
resources and the need to create a comfortable and healthy working environment for the purpose of
competitiveness and increasing employee productivity. The second finding forms the hypothesis that
employees feel more comfortable and at home working with the application of human resource
development in their work environment.