Current States and Guidelines for Proactive Human Resource Management in the College of Nursing Under Prabomarajchanok Institute

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Nattiporn Onduang
Sombat Noparak
Sopha Amuayrat
Namfon Gunma


The purposes of this research were to study the current states and guidelines for proactive human resource management in the College of Nursing under Prabomarajchanok Insitute. The mixed methods were used. The participants in quantitative research were 320 administrators and nursing instructors. The research instrument was questionnaires about current states of proactive human resource management. The data were analyzed using frequency, percentage, mean and standard deviation. Also, the qualitative method was collected by interviewing eight executives and experts in human resource management guiding by semi-structure interview form. Content analysis was used. The results showed that the current state of proactive human resource management had average score at a high level (gif.latex?\bar{x}= 3.76, SD=0.63). In details, the performance management have the highest score (gif.latex?\bar{x} = 4.02, S.D = 0.67), followed by the using of information technology (gif.latex?\bar{x} = 3.98, S.D = 0.71) and personnel retension (gif.latex?\bar{x} = 3.84, S.D = 0.73), respectively. Guidelines for proactive human resource management consist of 5 parts including human resource management, development skills and competencies, human resource retention, using information technology and reinforcement the efficiency in human resource management.

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Onduang, N., Noparak, S., Amuayrat, S., & Gunma, N. (2022). Current States and Guidelines for Proactive Human Resource Management in the College of Nursing Under Prabomarajchanok Institute . Rajapark Journal, 16(48), 426–442. Retrieved from
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