Organizational Communication Behavior of Employees in Boonrawd Brewery Company Limited Headquarter

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Thawatchai Pasomsup
Aniruth Phongpaew
Sukhajit Na-nakorn
Thanatnan Sukchokenithipokhin

Abstract

The purposes of this quantitative research were (1) to study the communication behaviors of employees and (2) to compare the different backgrounds of communication behaviors of employees. The population consisted of employees at the Boonrawd Brewery Company Limited Headquarter. The samples were 278 informants. The research instrument was a questionnaire. The reliability was 0.914. The statistics used to analyze the data were percentage, mean, standard deviation, independent sample t-test, and one-way ANOVA. The results of the research were found as follows: 1. The communication behavior of employees in Boonrawd Brewery Company Limited Headquarter was at high level in overall. 2. The comparison of the communication behaviors of employees in Boonrawd Brewery Company Limited Headquarter classified by gender, marriage status, and salary showed no statistically significant difference. Meanwhile, the level of communication behavior of employees in Boonrawd Brewery Company Limited Headquarter, classified by age, education, duration of work, and position was statistically significant at the 0.05 level.

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