Factors Affecting Employee Retention at Tira Thai Public Company Limited, Samut Prakan, Thailand

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Pongsatean Luengalongkot
Channthou Chim
Sunee Hongwiset

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This research is about factors affecting employee retention at Tira Thai Public Company Limited, Samut Prakan, Thailand. This study aims to study the level of employee retention at TRT and to study the important factors affecting employee retention at TRT. There are 495 population in this research from TRT located in Samut Prakan, Thailand. There were 300 participants used as a sampling group and were selected by using a stratified random sampling technique. Participants from each department were randomly selected by using simple random sampling technique. The statistical analysis used multiple regression and descriptive statistic. The result shows that the level of employee retention at TRT is in high level. At the same time, there are three factors affecting employee retention, namely, employee relation, job compensation, employee training and professional development. Work environment and leadership were not affect employee retention.

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Luengalongkot , P., Chim, C., & Hongwiset, S. (2020). Factors Affecting Employee Retention at Tira Thai Public Company Limited, Samut Prakan, Thailand. ARU Research Journal Humanities and Social Sciences, 7(1), 81-88. Retrieved from https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rdi-aru/article/view/227346
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