Bureaucratic Ethics in Public Services Case Study: Office of the National Land Agency of North Luwu Regency
International Journal of Mechanical Engineering and Technology, 10(3), 2019, pp. 876-881
6 Pages Posted: 20 Sep 2019
Date Written: September 12, 2019
This study aims to examine and analyze how the ethics of bureaucrats in public service in the field of land, and detect factors that affect the ethics of public service bureaucrats in the field of land, as well as find effective solutions for the apparatus in enforcing the ethics of public services in accordance with the established moral standards and standard rules. The type of research used is a qualitative approach, in order to know and understand the ethics of bureaucrats by using indicators of equality, equality, loyalty, and responsibility in public services at the Office of the Ministry of Agrarian Affairs and the National Land Agency of North Luwu Regency. Research results show that based on equality, equality, and loyalty and responsibility aspects as an indicator in assessing bureaucrat ethics, the fact that ethics / morale of bureaucrats in the public service in the land sector is still low. Facts on the ground prove that there are still practices that are not commendable in providing services to citizens who need land services. One of the causes of the low ethics of bureaucrats in the function of land service is the moral quality of each personnel of the apparatus itself, in addition to the welfare factor that has not been too supportive to meet the needs and welfare of employees.
Keywords: Ethics, Bureaucracy, Public Services, Land
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