Organization Commitment of Employee Hotels in Koh Samui District, Surat Thani Province

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Weerapan Siripasutm
Tanayu Puwittayathorn
Wanwichanee Thongintarad

Abstract

            This research aimed to study the level of factors in the job performance and the level of organization commitment, and to study the correlation between the factors in the job performance and organization commitment of employee hotels in Koh Samui district, Surat Thani province. The sample group of this study were 246 hotel staffs. Data were collected by questionnaire and the reliability at 0.95. The data were analyzed by using descriptive statistics, frequency, percentage, means, standard deviation and multiple regression analysis.


            The study results found that: the level of the job performance overall and individual aspects were at middle levels ranking from the aspects of recognition, relationships with supervisors, salary and welfare and advancement opportunities. However, relationships with colleagues, work accomplishment and work environment were at high level. The level of organization commitment both overall and individual aspects were at high levels. The relationship between the factors in the job performance and organization commitment in overall have positively correlation at high level statistically significant levels of 0.01, which could create a predictive equation. Multiple regression value was 0.73, and factors could predict at 52 percents.

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