Work From Home During the Coronavirus 2019 Pandemic: The Study of Work Engagement of Employees in The Thai Automotive Industry

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Pekhanang Yodmanee


This article aimed to study employees’ work commitment to work-from-home during the Coronavirus 2019 pandemic and compare the work commitment level of employees’ work-from-home classified by work experience and position during the outbreak of Coronavirus 2019. The study model was quantitative research. The study covered the area in Bangkok and its vicinity. The sample consisted of 400 employees working in automobile manufacturing companies located in Bangkok and the metropolitan area. The sample was selected by multi-stage random sampling. The research tool was a questionnaire with a five-point Likert scale. The data were analyzed using descriptive statistics, percentage, mean, standard deviation, correlation coefficient, and post hoc tests). The research results showed that: 1) employees’ work commitment to work-from-home during the outbreak of the Coronavirus 2019 was at a moderate level; and 2) the comparison of work commitment to work at home among employees in the automotive industry in Thailand found that the average work commitment was significantly different at the.05 level.

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Yodmanee, P. (2023). Work From Home During the Coronavirus 2019 Pandemic: The Study of Work Engagement of Employees in The Thai Automotive Industry. Journal of Multidisciplinary in Humanities and Social Sciences, 6(2), 558–569. Retrieved from
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Pekhanang Yodmanee, Burapha University International College, Thailand





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