OPTIMIZING EFFICIENCY FACTORS IN MAINTENANCE OPERATIONS OF EMPLOYEES OF ENERGY ABSOLUTE PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED
Keywords:Efficiency, Maintenance, Incentive Participation
The present study aims to: 1) examine the effect of demographic factors on optimizing efficiency of maintenance operations of Energy Absolute Public Company Limited, 2) to investigate the relationship between motivational factors in maintenance operations, organizational commitment, and optimizing efficiency of maintenance operations of Energy Absolute Public Company Limited, and 3) to study the relationship between participation in maintenance operations and the optimizing efficiency factors of employees of Energy Absolute Public Company Limited. The participants were 127 maintenance staffs. The data was analyzed by a statistical program.
The findings revealed that demographic factors had effects on the optimizing efficiency factors of employees of Energy Absolute Public Company Limited. However, the age and income were found the effects on the optimizing efficiency factors of employees of Energy Absolute Public Company Limited at different levels. In addition, incentive factor in corporate engagement and employee optimization efficiency in maintenance operations were positively correlated in moderate level with the correlation coefficient (r) at 0.30 at significant level of 0.01. Meanwhile, employee participation and employee optimization efficiency in maintenance operations were positively correlated in high level with the correlation coefficient (r) at 0.68 at significant level of 0.01. Accordingly, the organization should provide opportunities for staff to effectively use their potentials. Future study indicates the interest in using other research approach and investigating other variables optimizing the benefits of the organization.
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