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Human Resource and Organization Development Journal
Number of Followers: 7  

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ISSN (Online) 1906-7321
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    • Authors: Kritkorn Nawakitphaitoon
      Abstract: วารสารการพัฒนาทรัพยากรมนุษย์และองค์การฉบับนี้ประกอบด้วยบทความวิจัย 6 บทความและบทความวิชาการอีก 2 บทความ ซึ่งแต่ละบทความนั้นมีความหลากหลายในเนื้อหาสาระ บริบทที่ศึกษา และระเบียบวิธีวิจัยที่ใช้ทั้งเชิงปริมาณและเชิงคุณภาพ โดยบทความวิจัยในกลุ่มแรกเป็นงานวิจัยเชิงปริมาณ ได้แก่ บทความวิจัยของ คุณวรรณิดา สารีคำ, ผศ.ดร.จักเรศ เมตตะธำรงค์, และผศ.ดร.จันทิมา พรหมเกษ ที่ศึกษาอิทธิพลของการบูรณาการห่วงโซ่อุปทานที่เป็นมิตรกับสิ่งแวดล้อมและศักยภาพในการแข่งขัน ที่มีต่อผลการดำเนินงานของวิสาหกิจชุมชนกลุ่มแปรรูปผลิตผลทางการเกษตรในกลุ่มจังหวัดสนุก ในขณะที่บทความวิจัยของ คุณวธูสิริ ไชยประสิทธิ์ และอ.ดร.อิศรัฏฐ์ รินไธสง ศึกษาอิทธิพลของความเห็นอกเห็นใจในการบริการสาธารณะและความเห็นอกเห็นใจในตนเอง ที่มีต่อความยึดมั่นผูกพันในงานของพนักงานในองค์กรการยางแห่งประเทศไทย โดยมีความเครียดที่เกิดจากการทำงานเป็นตัวแปรกำกับ นอกจากนี้ ยังมีอีก 2 บทความวิจัยที่ศึกษาในช่วงสถานการณ์ที่เกิดจากผลกระทบจากการแพร่ระบาดข...
      PubDate: 2022-11-21
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2022)
  • Integration of Green Supply Chain Management to Increase the Competitive
           Advantage of Community Enterprises in the Agricultural Products Processing
           Sector in SANUK Provinces Groups

    • Authors: Wannida Sareekham, Jakret Mettathamrong, Chanthima Phromket
      Pages: 1 - 23
      Abstract: This research aims to 1) study the integration of green supply chain management, competitive advantage, and performance of community enterprises in the agricultural products processing sector in SANUK provinces groups and 2) study the influence of integration of environmentally green supply chains and competitive potential on performance of the agricultural products processing group in SANUK province. The samples of this research are 400 entrepreneurs of community enterprises in the agricultural products processing sector in SANUK provinces groups that consisted of Sakon Nakhon, Nakhon Phanom and Mukdahan province. The instruments are questionnaires and data analysis using the PLS-SEM method. The research result found that 1) the integration of environmentally green supply chains, competitive advantage, and performance of community enterprises in the agricultural products processing sector in SANUK provinces groups consisted of an integration in the organization, customers, suppliers, cost, quality, innovation, and quick response and 2) the results of the Outer and Inner model found that the integration in the organization, customers, suppliers, cost, quality, innovation, and quick response have a direct effect on performance. In addition, the integration in the organization, customers, suppliers, cost, innovation and quick response have an indirect effect to the performance of environmentally green supply in the agricultural products processing sector in SANUK provinces groups.
      PubDate: 2022-11-21
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2022)
  • The Role of Compassion as Immunity to Stressful Situations in Rubber
           Authority of Thailand

    • Authors: Watusiri Chaiprasit, Idsaratt Rinthaisong
      Pages: 24 - 49
      Abstract: The aim of the research was to study the effects of public service compassion, self-compassion and work stress on work engagement, the effect of self-compassion on public service compassion, and the influence of public service compassion and self-compassion on work engagement when moderated by work stress. A sample size of this study is consisted of 431 employees from the Rubber Authority of Thailand selected by using multi-stage sampling. The data was collected by questionnaires via an online application and was analyzed by using structural equation modeling technique. The results showed that public service compassion and self-compassion had positively affected work engagement. The results showed that work stress had negatively affected work engagement. It was also found that public service compassion and self-compassion had a more positive influence on work engagement when employees were exposed to more work stress. In addition, the research results found that self-compassion had a positive direct influence on public service compassion.
      PubDate: 2022-11-21
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2022)
  • The Effect of Employee’s Satisfaction in Organizational Management
           during the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Perceived Job Security and Trust in
           Organization: A Case Study of Organizational Commitment as the Moderator

    • Authors: Juthatip Wiwattanapantuwong, Saharath Wongchompoo
      First page: 50
      Abstract: Building trust among employees is one of the key factors that helps organization to survive from crisis. This study examines the effect of employee’s satisfaction in the organizational management during the early stage of the COVID-19 pandemic on employee perception of job security and trust in organization in Thailand by considering the effects of organizational commitment on this relationship. We collected data via online platform in the middle of 2020, during the second and third lockdown in Bangkok, and received 352 responses who had been working for various organizations in Bangkok metropolitan area. The moderated mediation model was applied to test the hypothetical model. As a result, we found the significant direct effect of employee perceived satisfaction toward organizational management during the COVID-19 pandemic on perceived trust. Feeling secure in Job was found significantly mediated this relationship. Perceived commitment to the organization moderated the link between employee perceived satisfaction toward organizational management and perceived trust.
      PubDate: 2022-11-21
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2022)
  • The Relationship Between Optimism and Well-Being of Airlines’ Employees
           after Being Lay Off during The Impact of COVID-19 Pandemic: The Mediating
           Effect of Resilience

    • Authors: Voralux Vorapuksirikool
      First page: 73
      Abstract: This study examines the relationship between optimism and well-being of airline employees after being laid off due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic as well as the mediating effect of resilience on this relationship. Data were collected via a questionnaire which was returned by 419 airline employees who had been laid off in these circumstances. The respondents were selected through a non-probabilistic convenience sampling. Multiple linear regression was used to analyze and test the hypotheses. The results revealed that, although the relationship between optimism and well-being are strongly linked, it was partially mediated by resilience. This result is noteworthy for the airline employees when they are setting their attitudes and plans after being laid off. Not only optimism but also resilience is needed in these situations to maintain their feelings of well-being in their lives during such a crisis.
      PubDate: 2022-11-21
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2022)
  • Designing Ways of Living According to the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy

    • Authors: Wichai Utsahajit
      Pages: 92 - 115
      Abstract: This research, titled “Designing ways of Living According to the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy,” had two main objectives, namely (1) to present the core concept of Sufficiency Economy and its application to ways of living, and (2) to explore the design of ways of living according to the Sufficiency Economy Philosophy. This qualitative research was conducted using KJ Method Brainstorming Technique to gather data from purposive groups of people who were working for Chaipattana Foundation in three projects and one office, namely (1) Academic Center for Agriculture, (2) Sudaduenpen Training Center, (3) Bhumirak Dhamachart Center, and (4) Office of Chaipattana Foundation with the total number of 42 persons which were grouped into 9 small groups during brainstorming. Findings revealed that Sufficiency Economy Philosophy’s application to ways of living can be classified into the following 4 areas. The first area is “Life Principle/Beliefs” consisting of (1) adhering to moral, (2) not disturbing nor encroaching on self and others, (3) planning on way of living, and (4) being responsible for society and environment. The second area is “Living Daily Life” consisting of (1) taking good care of physical and mental health, (2) inhabiting and living appropriately, (3) commuting, (4) planning financially, and (5) developing own self continuingly. The third area is “Working/Earning a Living” consisting of (1) earning a living decently and honestly, (2) adhering to work principle and good practice, and (3) making decent and honest extra income. The last area is “Planning for the Future” consisting of (1) planning for living in the future, (2) planning financially, and (3) learning and developing own self. Lastly, the model of “House of Sufficiency Way of Living” was presented as a synthesized conceptual model.
      PubDate: 2022-11-21
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2022)
  • The Status of Perspectives and Challenges of TVET for the National Human
           Resource Development (NHRD) in Myanmar

    • Authors: Win Htein Win
      First page: 116
      Abstract: Globally Technical and vocational education and training (TVET) has been identified as a major contributor to the National Human Resource Development (NHRD). Many countries have started to acknowledge TVET as a major driving force for sustainable development. However, capitalizing on the potential of TVET requires in-depth understanding of the status and challenges of the existing TVET system and programs as well as various perspectives and views from all stakeholders. The purpose of this study was to explore the status of perspectives and challenges of TVET for NHRD in Myanmar. The study grounded investigations to answer the question; what is the status of perspectives and challenges of TVET in Myanmar. The study applied qualitative research methodology since it provided the researcher with the latitude to answer questions and explore participants' knowledge and experiences in Myanmar. This exploratory qualitative research has been done through case study approach to gain the in-depth understanding of TVET status and challenges in Myanmar. The study utilized a targeted review of literature, analysis of government and INGO documents. Additionally, the study applied purposive sampling to identify participants and interviews with 35 key stakeholders from both demand and supply sides as illustrative sources of evidence for developing the case study. The study revealed that the current context requires Myanmar to pay more attention to vocational training as a tool to develop its human resources in light of the capacity needs for driving the economy. Moreover, it adds to the small but growing literature on NHRD in Myanmar context.
      PubDate: 2022-11-21
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2022)
  • Education and Public Labor Market Mismatch in Thailand: Case Study of
           Community Development Specialist

    • Authors: kanyaprin tongsamsi, Isara Tongsamsi
      Pages: 147 - 166
      Abstract: At the moment, 54 higher education institutions in Thailand offer 62 programs relating to community development and social development, all of which are classified as social sciences and humanities. The majority of these programs are designed to create graduates for the public, private, and self-employed sectors, whereas positions in the government sector are directed to Community Development Specialist. The purpose of this article is to provide information about education and public labor market mismatches, particularly in the field of Community Development Specialist. The data is gathered and examined using theory, empirical study, and Thai social phenomena. According to credible observations, there are 3,644 and 2,945 graduates of community development programs during the academic year 2018 - 2019. Since 2019, the Community Development Department has held competitive examinations for recruitment or placement as a Community Development Specialist at the practitioner level for those who have completed a bachelor's degree in any area. The analysis result of a dimension of a mismatch between education and career requirements in the public labor market found that a horizontal mismatch has reached 84.22 percent of hired workers. This information is useful to those in charge of the program related to community development/social development to review the program and course structure for producing graduates to public labor market. Furthermore, students can use it to help them choose their own professional route.
      PubDate: 2022-11-21
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2022)
  • Career Counseling Guidelines Using Strengths to Develop Individual Job

    • Authors: Kongphob Khantipongpunthu, Korkiat Mahaveerachartkul
      Pages: 167 - 186
      Abstract: Although career counseling has a long history, strength-based career counseling is relatively new and has tended to focus on providing clients with more employment opportunities without regard to its other benefits such as to improve work competency and job performance. Therefore, the aim of this academic article is to present career counseling guidelines to develop individual job performance by using strengths; these guidelines integrate knowledge in three areas, namely strengths, counseling process, and performance management. The career counseling program consists of four sessions: 1) collect basic information including individual job performance and conduct an initial identification of the clients' strengths, 2) plan for performance development based on individual strengths, 3) encourage the client to capitalize on his/her strengths to significantly improve their performance, and 4) monitor and evaluate the development of the client’s job performance, and plan for the future use of strengths in his/her careers. Recommendations for career counselors to successfully apply the strengths to develop job performance are provided. This article will be beneficial to career counselors, researchers, or agencies responsible for human resource development who are interested in applying the strengths knowledge to develop the efficiency of personnel performance in line with the goals of organizations.
      PubDate: 2022-11-21
      Issue No: Vol. 14, No. 2 (2022)
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