Browsing by Author "Chokechai Suveatwatanakul"
The development of 21st century learning skills to enhance the performance effectiveness of convention hotel staff in Thailand Busarin Wongwiwattana; Chokechai Suveatwatanakul (National Institute of Development Administration, 2017)
This paper was aimed to present the guideline development of 21st Century Learning Skills for the convention hotel staff’s performance and effectiveness in Thailand. The results of the study could help to improve the performance of convention hotel staff, especially at convention hotels in Thailand. Convention hotels are used for meetings and business conventions which generate a lot of benefits to the country such as revenue, employment, cross cultural management and technological development respectively. Thus, it is necessary to understand ...
Employee engagement model : an explanatory study of antecedents and consequences for Thai hotel industry Supaporn Prasongthan; Chokechai Suveatwatanakul (National Institute of Development Administration, 2014)
The purpose of this study is to find the essential factors that influence the levelof employee engagement, and the outcomes of the employee engagement for the Thaihotel industry. This study also develops the causal relationships model among thepredicted antecedent variables and the consequences of employee engagement for theThai hotel industry. Lastly, the HR practices and organizational approaches aresuggested in order to maximize the level of employee engagement for the Thai hotelindustry. The explanatory sequential mixed methods design was ...
A STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODEL OF BUSINESS ETHICS ORGANIZATION CULTURE EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENTAND JOB PERFORMANCE OF FLIGHT ATTENDANT Jitti Jitklongsub; Chokechai Suveatwatanakul (NIDA, 10/10/19)
The objectives of this research were to study and verify structural equation model of business ethics, organization culture, employee engagement and job performance of flight attendants. The sample group comprised of premium airlines’ flight attendants. The multiple variables were 10-20 times of observed variables. Since 16 observed variables were set in this research, the sample group size was determined as 20 times of variables. Thus, the appropriate sample group size was at least 320 cases. To ensure that congruence test of empirical data ...