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The Research of : The relationship in the organization that affect employee’s effectiveness of SOONTHORN METAL INDUSTRIES CO., LTD, to study the relationship in the organization and effectiveness of the employee. This research is a survey research. The population are employee of SOONTHORN METAL INDUSTRIES CO., LTD. Using a Questionnaire and analyze the data by using Statistic tools such as Frequency distribution, Percentage, Standard Deviation and Test the hypothesis by Pearson’s product moment correlation and Multiple Regression Analysis The result of the research found that the overview of the opinions about the relationship between the employee and organization are in high level, average score are 4.50. If consider by each topics found that the topic that have the highest average score is the relationship, average score is 4.54. The lowest average score is about promotion of the employee, average score is 3.84.
For the effectiveness of the employee’s performance in overview is an the high level,average score is 4.50. if consider by each topic found that the highest average score is Adaptability Flexibility with the score of 4.60 and the lowest average score is about the Integration with the score of 4.33. The test of the relationship between the organization and the employee and effectiveness of employee’s performance. The research found that the relationship of the employee to the organization about basic factors, supportive of the organization and the relationship affect the effectiveness of the employee’s performance with the significance level is 0.01
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