Employee Engagement and Achievement Perception of Thai Synchrotron Institute

Naphatthira Mungthanaworakun, Sarawut Sujitjorn, Termsak Suwansak, Sirapatsorn Wongthongdee, Yothin Prempraneerach, Khemaree Rugchoochip
2020 Open Journal of Business and Management  
It is a purpose of this work to figure out engagement level of the employees of Synchrotron Light Research Institute (SLRI), a public organization owned by the Government of Thailand. We used a questionnaire survey to explore the issue. Another useful point of interest is employees' perception of organization achievement. So, we launched a 3-part questionnaire to inquire personal information, level of engagement, and perception of achievement. SPSS package was used to analyze the results. It is
more » ... the results. It is found that the level of engagement of our employees at large is high. According to the employees' job functions, different groups of employees have different sub-group norms. Scientists and researchers are engaged in creative and challenging jobs; engineers, technicians, and safety personnel are engaged to team, well-planned jobs, success, and reputation; back-office staff are engaged to well-planned jobs, accountability, and ethicality. Accordingly, scientists and researchers perceive the institute as a learning organization (LO), as an effective and efficient factory line for engineers and technicians, and as a high performance organization (HPO) for back-office staff.
doi:10.4236/ojbm.2020.82038 fatcat:4nzfgdq5dfdk5gtaso6o4ofcya