Browsing by Subject "Job Satisfaction"
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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN EMPLOYEE PERCEPTIONS ON TALENT MANAGEMENT AND THE INTENTION TO LEAVE THROUGH JOB SATISFACTION AND AFFECTIVE COMMITMENT BASED ON A HIGH PERFORMANCE AND POTENTIAL SYSTEM (National Institute of Development Administration, 7/1/2023);
The purpose of this research is: 1) to explain the relationships between talent management, job satisfaction, affective commitment, and the intention to leave among civil servants in HiPPS projects for the Thai public sector, 2) to develop a model of talent management affecting employees’ intention to leave an organization through job satisfaction and affective commitment, and 3) to develop policy recommendations for talent management in the Thai public sector. This research used a mixed method which includes quantitative and qualitative approaches. ...
The Relationship between Employer Brand Perception and Employee Performance with Job Satisfaction as a Mediating Variable: A Case Study of A Public Utility Enterprise in Thailand (National Institute of Development Administration, 13/8/2021);
This research aims to 1) study the level of employer brand perception, job satisfaction and employee performance 2) study the relationship between employer brand perception, job satisfaction and employee performance and 3) study the role of job satisfaction as the mediator on the relationship between employer brand perception and employee performance. This quantitative research collected data from 376 employees of one public utility enterprise in Thailand. The statistics used for data analysis are percentage, mean, standard deviation, correlation ...