The Factor Analysis of Human Resource Practices for Senior Government Officers

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Natthayanee Chantaplaboon

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The study aimed to analyze the factors of human resource practices for senior government officers to enhance their work performance efficiently and effectively. The research was done quantitatively. The sample consisted of senior government officers who were aged 55 years old and above in Nong Khai province. The sample selection applied the stratified sampling method by dividing organizations into groups by their affiliation, then randomly selected organizations under each affiliation at the same ratio. There were 409 completed questionnaires in return. Data were analyzed using frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, and exploratory factor analysis techniques. The findings presented that there were three main groups of human resource practices. They were pay and welfare, job types and development, and organizational culture in which their details presented distinctive features.

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Chantaplaboon ณ. (2021). The Factor Analysis of Human Resource Practices for Senior Government Officers. Rajapark Journal, 15(43), 183–196. Retrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/RJPJ/article/view/253194
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