THE EFFECT OF EMPLOYEE WELFARES MANAGEMENT ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE OF AN ANONYMOUS ELECTRONIC COMPANY IN THAILAND 4.0 ERA
Keywords:Recreation Welfares, Education Welfares, Accommodation Welfares, Economics Welfares, Employee Performance
This research aimed at 1) comparing employee performance categorized by personal factors including gender, education, age, position, employment status, and monthly income, and 2) investigating the effect of employee's welfare management on employee performance of an anonymous electronic company in Thailand 4.0 era. The samples used in this research were of 300 employees working in an anonymous electronic company. Questionnaire was used to collect data. The statistics used for data analysis included frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, t-test, One-Way ANOVA and multiple linear regression at the statistically significant level as of 0.05. The results showed that the employees had opinion towards employee welfare in terms of recreation and learning aspects in moderate level and accommodation and economics aspects in high level. In addition, they had opinion towards employee’s performance in terms of personal performance and work performance in high level. The hypothesis testing resulted that employees with different educational level, age, working status, working position and monthly income had different opinion towards employee performance. Moreover, the multiple regression analysis showed that the employees’ welfares in terms of recreation, education, accommodation, and economics affected work performance at the statistically significant level as of 0.05. The result of this study can help the managerial committee members of the organization to manage the welfares for the employees in order to increase the organizational performance.
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