THE MULTIPLE ROLE OF EMPLOYEES AS ENTREPRENEURS
AbstractPurpose â€” This research aims to find out why a civil servant or private employee decides to open a business in Wamena City, Papua.Design/methodology/approach â€” This study uses a type of qualitative research through a phenomenological approach.Findings â€” The reasons why employees have dual roles as well as entrepreneurs, are: financial reasons, service reasons, and self-fulfillment reasons.Practical implications â€” This research contributes to civil servants who aspire to become entrepreneurs to develop their talents and hobbies, as well as those who want to actualize themselves.Originality/value â€” This paper describes things related to the reasons that motivate employees to become entrepreneurs. This case is expected to help motivate and provide understanding to employees who have an entrepreneurial desire.Keywords â€” Employee, Entrepreneur, Dual RolePaper type â€” Phenomenology
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