Motivation Factors Affected The Personnel Airside Operational Competence in The Airside

ปัจจัยแรงจูงใจในการปฏิบัติงานที่ส่งผลต่อสมรรถนะเจ้าหน้าที่ปฏิบัติการในเขตการบิน

Authors

  • Kamol Noitonglek Graduate school, Eastern Asia University

Keywords:

COMPETENCY, AIRSIDE OPERATIONAL, PERSONNEL AIRSIDE OPERATIONAL

Abstract

The purpose of this research were to study 1) the personnel airside operational competency in the airside, and 2) motivation factors affected the personnel airside operational competence in the airside. The sample of this study consisted of 265 personnel airside operations. The tools used in the research was questionnaire which was divided into 2 parts namely, the first part was 50 items of the personnel airside operational competency in the airside and the second part was 27 items of the motivation factors of the personnel airside operational in the airside. The content validity was checked by Index of Item – Objective Congruence was between 0.60 to 1.00 and the alpha coefficient reliability was 0.955.

Statistics used in data analysis were mean, standard deviation, and regression analysis. The results of the research found that (1) the personnel airside operational competency in the airside was rated to be at quite a lot with low variance. (2) the motivation factors was rated to be at quite a lot with low variance that affected the responsibility section, the management policy, the relationships with colleagues, and the work environment. When use together in a formula they are statistically significant at 0.05. The unstandardized scores were  = 0.706 + 0.109(X3) + 0.134(X6) + 0.142(X8) + 0.169(X9);  = 0.143(Z3) + 0.189(Z6) + 0.186(Z8) + 0.248(Z9)

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2022-04-20

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