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ItemKey strategies to enhance job satisfaction and job performance: a case of teachers in Tianfu no. 4 middle school(Bangkok : Assumption University, 2022) Jian, SunThe focus of this research is on the motivational factors that influence job satisfaction, and design strategies to improve teachers’ job satisfaction and job performance based on the findings. This study uses a quantitative questionnaire research using a questionnaire survey on 138 teachers in Tianfu No. 4 Middle School. The analysis from multiple linear regression results shows that the three independent variables, namely compensation、work environment、and career development have significant influence on employee job satisfaction, and the findings from simple linear regression shows that employee job satisfaction has a significant influence on job performance. It is recommended that a detailed salary payment system be developed so that teachers can clearly understand the components of the salary. This study aimed to understand the actual needs of teachers and develop a clear teacher development training plan and implement it on a regular basis.
ItemA proposed HR plan to enhance employee motivation: a case of MTA state enterprise, ThailandNowadays, with the reality of competitiveness, every organization is struggling to obtain competitive benefits as well as better performance and attain productivity plus effectiveness. Companies throughout the world, therefore, take human resources into account as the essence for business as they constantly escalate employee motivation as the force in letting employees achieve goals and organizational objectives towards more effective organizational performance. The purpose of the study was to determine the effect of intrinsic and extrinsic motivational factors among operational-level officers affecting organizational performance of MTA state enterprise, Thailand and recommend plans to enhance their motivation for better company performance. Quantitative data was obtained through distributed online and paper questionnaires from 260 officers at operational level used as sample size. The results revealed that there was significant effect between recognition, empowerment, performance appraisal, and training and career development toward organizational performance ; whereas as for demographic factors, there was significant difference among only genders and performance. Among all of these five independent antecedents, recognition possessed the strongest effect on organizational performance. It could be concluded that it is imperative for the HR department of MTA state enterprise to implement plans on enhancing their motivation through relevant workshops, activities and set-up new criteria or regulations within the company in exchange for higher organizational performance.