THE MODEL OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ACCORDING TO BUDDHADHAMMA IN LOCAL ADMINISTRATIVE ORGANIZATIONS IN BORDER OF THAILAND – CAMBODIA.

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            This dissertation aimed to The Model of Human Resource Management According to Buddhadhamma in Local Administrative Organizations in Border of Thailand – Cambodia. The main objective were (1) to study the general condition of of Human Resource Management According to Buddhadhamma in Local Administrative Organizations in Border of Thailand–Cambodia. (2) to study the idea, theory and Principles of Buddhadhamma Appropriate to Human Resource Management. (3) to propose The Model of Human Resource Management According to Buddhadhamma in Local Administrative Organizations in Border of Thailand – Cambodia.


The result of this study found that :


  1. The results of the analytical studies in the general incidents on The Model of Human Resource Management According to Buddhadhamma in Local Administrative Organizations in Border of Thailand – Cambodia were found that the system of the human resource administration in the local administration on Recruitment and Selection has the two important issues: 1) the organizations administrate the human resource for the local administration has many unit and 2) the overlapping work, the structure setting inside the organization and the numbers of personnel, the position setting, the selection, the approval and signature on the order late. Put the right man on the right job, it was found that 1) the application in the needed position and 2) taking the men not to the right job. human resources development, it was found that 1) the mostly curriculums was written in the central part and 2) the training curriculum did not relate with the needs of the local administration like the dialect language, the local culture. Permanent Maintenance, 1) the governmental or local officials felt the second class and 2) giving the equality to the civil servants.

  2. The result of studies in the integration on the concept, the theories and Buddhadhamma properly to the human resource administration was found. In Recruitment and Selection, the suitable principle of dhamma is no bias. Put the right man on the right job, the suitable principle of dhamma is the six kinds of behavior. In the human resource development, it consists of the development and training by Trisikkha 3. Permanent Maintenance, the principle is the fourfold sangahavatthu 4.

  3. The formation of The Model of Human Resource Management According to Buddhadhamma in Local Administrative Organizations in Border of Thailand – Cambodia was summarized that In Recruitment and Selection, the principle is the four kinds of no bias. Put the right man on the right job, the principle is the six kinds of behavior. In the human resource development, it is used the Trisikkha 3. Permanent Maintenance, it is the four kinds of sangahavatthu 4.

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