The Relationship Between Work-Related Factors and the Teamwork Efficiency of Employees of Saha Pathanapibul Public Company Limited

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Nannapat Seneesinghanat
Pichai Latthasaksiri
Chanin Vijchullata
Pichai Sapkerd
Winai Kasemwutthichai


The objectives of this research were to 1) study the work-related factors and the teamwork efficiency of employees working in Saha Pathanapibul Public Company Limited; 2) compare differences in the teamwork efficiency of employees classified according to characteristics of the employees; and 3) study the relationship between work-related factors and the teamwork efficiency of employees. The samples were 400 employees. A set of questionnaires with a validity of 0.942 was used as a tool for data gathering. Statistics employed to analyze the data included mean, standard deviation, t-test, f-test, and Pearson's correlation coefficient. The results showed that 1) the mean of the work-related factors in all aspects was at the highest level average were at the highest level in descending order, leadership, objectives, and goals, communication;  the mean of the teamwork efficiency in all aspects was at the highest level, budget, time, and personnel, respectively; 2) the employees with differences in age, marital status, and experience had different teamwork efficiency among employees at a significant level of 0.05.; and 3) the work-related factors in the role of team members, objectives and goals, and leadership had a high positive correlation with teamwork efficiency (r=.732, r=.762, and r=.844, respectively).


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Seneesinghanat, N., Latthasaksiri, P., Vijchullata, C., Sapkerd, P., & Kasemwutthichai, W. (2021). The Relationship Between Work-Related Factors and the Teamwork Efficiency of Employees of Saha Pathanapibul Public Company Limited. Rajapark Journal, 15(43), 289–292. Retrieved from
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