Factors affecting the performance of Thai Tridymite Limited Employees
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The study on factors affecting the performance of Thai Tridymite Limited employees was aimed to investigate their personal factors, incentive factors, teamwork behavior, work performance, motivation affecting the work efficiency, and behavior factors that affected the employees’ performance. The population used in this study was 113 employees. The data analysis relied on the statistics including percentage, average, and standard deviation. The hypothesis testing applied multiple regression analysis (Multiple Regression Analysis) at the 0.05 significance level. The results showed that the employees working at Thai Tridymite Limited were mostly female between the ages of 30-40 years old with a bachelor's degree earning 10,000 - 20,000 Baht income in the average. They had been working for the company for lower than five years and had high-level motivation concerning job responsibility, work success, work progress, acceptability, salary income, management, interpersonal relationship, administration policy, work conditions, and work security. As a whole, the level teamwork behavioral factors was high including the team mission and goals, work assignments according to the delegation of duties, open communication, distributed leadership, and the joint decision. In terms of work performance, the level of personal performance and organization performance was considered high. The hypothesis testing revealed factors motivating the work performance and teamwork behavior that affected the performance of the employees at the .0 5 level statistical significance. The incentive factors affecting performance included the nature of work, work progress, salary income, work conditions, and work security. Teamwork behavioral factors affected distributed leadership and joint decision.
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