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    An empirical study of the relationship between job demand-control-support model, self-efficacy, burnout, information learning, and job performance: a case of employees in the Thai banking sector 

    Panita Siriphat; Nisada Wedchayanon (National Institute of Development Administration, 2016)

    Commercial banks in Thailand face many challenging tasks such as new regulations that impact business operations, the rapid adoption of digital banking by consumers. Commercial banks have employed a matrix organizational structure, combined with a flexible modern working practice. All these changes affect the form of organization that increase employees’ responsibilities and more autonomy than in the past. Employees have to perform multiple tasks which has led to increased levels of work stress. Additionally, employees need to acquire more ...
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    Causal relationship model of motivation and masculine culture influencing teachers' job engagement and performance competency in Bangkok educational service areas 

    Lalida Kasemnet; Nisada Wedchayanon (National Institute of Development Administration, 2018)

    The aim of this research was to develop the causal relationship model of motivation and masculine culture influencing teachers’ job engagement and performance competency in Bangkok Educational Service Areas.
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    Factors affecting job involvement: a case study of SCG Cement co.ltd 

    Tanin Suwongwan; Nisada Wedchayanon (National Institute of Development Administration, 2009)

    The main objective of this study is, firstly, to empirically test the proposed model in order to ascertain the nature of any causal relationship between the exogenous variables of transformational leadership (TFL) and the job characteristic (JC), with psychological empowerment (PE) as the mediating variable, upon the endogenous variable which is job involvement. The secondary objective of this study is then to demonstrate how, and to what extent, the concept of job involvement can be statistically explained by these parameters. Bass and ...
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    The Impact of compensation practice on rent seeking behaviors case study: police officer at police station, metropolitan bureau 

    Suebsakul Khemtong; Nisada Wedchayanon (National Institute of Development Administration, 2017)

    This research examined the rent seeking behavior of police officers, who work in police stations under the Metropolitan Bureau, Royal Thai Police. The primary and secondary data were collected from March 2014 to May 2017. The primary data were collected by in-depth by interview of 32 police officers at the operational and administrative levels and 9 businessmen and people who had encountered the rent seeking behavior. The secondary data were gathered from the official records and other related documents. It was found there were 5 lines of ...
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    The influence of individual and organizational factors on the post-program transfer of training: a study of management development programs of Bangladesh civil service 

    Bhuiyan, Sanwar Jahan; Nisada Wedchayanon (National Institute of Development Administration, 2017)

    The management development programs of the Bangladesh Civil Service are traditionally seen as using a piecemeal approach; no linkage is found among the program performance, transfer performance, and career advancement of trained officials. Moreover, no effective mechanism is found in public organizations to assess or monitor the issue of the post-program transfer of training. This study conducted an in-depth investigation into the factors affecting the post-program transfer of training. The study made a detailed investigation into the ultimate ...
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    Unlocking the "black box" in the talent management employee performance relationship : evidence from the Ghanaian banking sector 

    Mensah, James Kwame; Nisada Wedchayanon (National Institute of Development Administration, 2015)

    Recent years have witnessed ever-increasing focus on the effective management of people that represent special significance to their organisations’ success, and perhaps this has been one of the most important developments in human resource management (HRM). Specifically, talent management (TM) has been the focus and centre of attention of both HRM scholars and practitioners since it entered the managerial lexicon in the 1990s. From the work of the McKinsey consultants, the field of TM has gain much respect and attention across corporate ...