Factors Affecting the Performance of Engineers in the Organizations


  • Arun Nawakijcharoenying Graduate Student in Master of Business Administration, Southeast Asia University
  • Chatrpol Maneekool Lecturer, Master of Business Administration Program, Graduate School, Southeast Asia University


Work Motivation, Work Performance, Engineers in the Organizations


This research aimed to study: 1) the level of work motivation and work performance; 2) work performance classified by personal factors; and 3) present work motivation affecting work performance. This research was quantitative. The research employed by a questionnaire collects data from 400 people who are engineers working in the organizations. By probability sampling and simple random sampling. The statistics in this research were frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, t-test, F-test, and multiple regression analysis by enter methods.

The results of this research revealed that: 1) level work motivation and work performance were at a high level with an average of 3.81 and 4.07 and the standard deviation of .736 and .498; 2) personal factors by age, status, income, education, and experience affecting the work performance of engineers in the organizations with a level of statistical significance of .05; and 3) work motivation by stability at work, welfare and remuneration, future prospects, relationships with colleagues, and policy and management influence on the overall work performance of the engineers in the organizations with a statistical significance of .05 (R2=.517) or 51.70 percent






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