TRAINING MANAGEMENT TO SPEED JOB CAPABILITY IN THAI AUTOMOBILE MAINTENANCE INDUSTRY

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Suchart Tevetudom

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Training issues that focus only on the knowledge and overlooking management issues: the attitude of workers and technological awareness leads to the loss of organizational resources and employee’s burnout. To achieve the proactive and vitally worker in the Thai automobile maintenance industry, the study aims to investigate the influence of technological awareness and skill-based competency by using 300 employees’ units as the sample data. The results show that skills-based training on job capability is as high as 0.581, which is more than the total effect of the technology awareness training which weighs only 0.214.

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