Employess’ Organizational Commitment: A Study of Navanakorn Industrial in Phatumtani Province, Thailand

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Khukrit Silalaiy

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This study aims to investigate and compare the organizational commitment of the employees of Navanakorn Industrial Estate (NIE) in Phathumtani province. The samples for this study comprised 400 NIE employees, based on simple random sampling. The study utilized the organizational commitment questionnaire, which requires 3 factors: affective commitment, continuance commitment and normative commitment. Questionnaires with a 0.955 level of reliability were used to collect the data. Descriptive method research was used to analyze the data by means of frequency distribution, percentage, mean, and standard deviation. The hypothesis testing was done by applying t-test and one-way analysis of variance. The results revealed that the overall organizational commitment of the NIE employees in Phathumtani province was at the good level. The employees gaining different rates of monthly income had different levels of organizational commitment at the significant level of .05. The results of the multiple comparisons revealed that salary rate affects commitment organization.

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