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ItemCovid-19: factors that impact on employee performance when working from homeIn the time of Covid-19 pandemic period, working from home (WFH) has proven an effective countermeasure overcome the spread of disease, while enable the business continuation. The purpose of this study was to identify the motivation factors that impact the performance of employees while working at home during the pandemic.Method/Approach: The in-depth interview was conducted with 10 respondents from three countries (Thailand, Japan and Vietnam) of different age, educational level, geography, and occupation, who have more than a year of experience switching between working from home and working in an office Findings: Environment, time management, and reward are the major factors that have a significant influence on working performance; additionally, labor intensity and job security are the variables that have the weakest relationship with employee performance when working from home respectively. The researchers also gave several implications to enhance employee performance for both organizations and workers based on the study results.
ItemAn examination of the psychological contract in Thailand(Assumption University, 2005) Krisda Tanchaisak ; Assumption University. Martin de Tours School of Management and EconomicsThis study aimed at investigating perceptions regarding psychological contract breaches, it examined the employees perception, the incongruence between the employee and organization s perceptions, and the employees perceived importance of each type of psychological contract. Neither party perceived that transactional psychological contract was breached. The employee reported the organization had breached the balanced and relational psychological contracts to a certain extent. The organization agreed it had breached the relational contract but not the balanced contract. The employee reported that the balanced and relational contracts were equally important and they were more important than the transactional contract.
ItemMotivational factors influencing telework during the COVID-19 pandemicDuring the COVID-19 pandemic, teleworking has proven to be an effective countermeasure to overcome the spread of this disease while enabling businesses to continue. However, little is known about the extent of their adjustment to daily life routine, interaction among self-control, assignments, family life matters, and coordination with colleagues. This study explores the impact of motivational factors on the performance of teleworkers. An exploratory study was conducted using an in-depth interview with 27 interviewees who work in Thailand and have more than a year of experience switching between being a teleworker and working on-site. The NVivo and SPSS software were performed to reveal deeper data insights and apply non-parametric tests in order to compare findings with various demographic profiles. The findings revealed that environment, time management, and reward are the strongest motivational factors, whereas labour intensity and job security present the weakest relationships with teleworkers’ performance. Numerous implications and strategies to enhance their performance for both organizations and workers are provided. Firms can support a well-prepared environment and manage the flexibility of working time to increase employees’ effectiveness. Moreover, the result-oriented approach can be one of the tools in evaluating their performance rather than attending to their full working time at home.