Human Resource Management of Thai Employee in the Future of Technology Digital Age

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Weena Phungviwatnikul

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At present, the world is using digital technology for daily activities, both in the public sector and the private sector which path the way of life of the people grow with modern technology. It not only affects the way of life of the people that changed from the past but also enable people in this age to change their learning, thinking, communicating, socializing and working. Digital technology becomes one of the most important factors in the organization that makes the organization able to survive and maintain market share. Work in the organization, in every unit, especially in the human resources department, must learn to change roles and apply technology to human resource management (HRM tech) in organizations, especially in high-risk workers who will be replaced by artificial intelligence and future automatic system.

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