Employee Engagement in the Bangkok Metropolitan Land Office

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Parinya Eiampradispon
Natnaporn Eaknarajindawat

Abstract

The research has been carried out to: 1) study the level of employee engagement in the Bangkok Metropolitan Land Office and; 2) compare the level of employee engagement in the Bangkok Metropolitan Land Office based on personal factors. The population of the study was 625 officers working in the 16 branches of Bangkok Metropolitan Land Office. The sample group consisted of 244 officers calculated from Taro Yamane method. Statistics used in data analysis were descriptive statistics such as frequency and percentage in the first section, mean and standard deviation as well as T-Test, F-Test, One Way ANOVA and Scheffe Test. The overall results illustrated that: 1) the level of employee engagement was at a high level overall and in all aspects, with the highest aspect being ‘willingness to sacrifice for the benefits of the organisation’, followed by ‘the needs to belong in the organisation’, and ‘confidence in accepting goals and organisational values’; and 2) difference in gender, age, level of education, marital status, and length of employment contributed to different level of employee engagement in the Bangkok Metropolitan Land Office at statistically significant difference of 0.05.

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Eiampradispon, P., & Eaknarajindawat, N. (2021). Employee Engagement in the Bangkok Metropolitan Land Office. nternational ournal of evelopment dministration esearch, 4(1), 38-54. etrieved from https://so02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/ijdar/article/view/249835
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