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研究生:阮國慶
研究生(外文):Nguyen Quoc Khanh
論文名稱:Factors Affecting Work Efficiency of Mine Workers in Dong Bac Corporation
論文名稱(外文):Factors Affecting Work Efficiency of Mine Workers in Dong Bac Corporation
指導教授:苑梅俊苑梅俊引用關係
指導教授(外文):Yuan, Mei-Chun
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:美和科技大學
系所名稱:企業管理系經營管理碩士班
學門:商業及管理學門
學類:企業管理學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2019
畢業學年度:107
語文別:英文
中文關鍵詞:Work efficiencymine workersDong Bac Corporation
外文關鍵詞:Work efficiencymine workersDong Bac Corporation
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The purpose of this study was to determine factors that influence work efficiency of mine workers in Dong Bac Corporation. This study was conducted at the Dong Bac Corporation and to research about the mine workers. Therefore, the other positions such as accounting, office staffs are not considered in the study. Since this research is applied deduction approach. Besides, the study is conducted to collect and analyze the numerical data. Therefore, this study is quantitative research by nature.
The research uses the questionnaire to collect the data. The questionnaire is delivered directly to the customers. For research purpose, the collecting data stage is conducted strictly confidential. This stage is to clarify the importance of elements, exanimate the influence and test the suggest hypotheses.
The findings regarding the impact of remuneration on work efficiency that, employees generally agreed that if they are given good salaries and bonuses plus their remuneration being paid on time, their performance at the organization is positively impacted. Furthermore, in regards to the impact of creativity on work efficiency, the researcher found out that, respondents are of agreement that the degree to which the organization embraces creativity has an impact on their performance. It should however be noted that, some creativity factors ranked higher than others in terms of preference by the respondents. Finally, findings regarding the impact of training and development on work efficiency showed that, a large number of employees believe that if the organization embraces training and development then their performance will be impacted and improve. Nonetheless, it should also be noted that, not all training and development factors had the same ranking.
The purpose of this study was to determine factors that influence work efficiency of mine workers in Dong Bac Corporation. This study was conducted at the Dong Bac Corporation and to research about the mine workers. Therefore, the other positions such as accounting, office staffs are not considered in the study. Since this research is applied deduction approach. Besides, the study is conducted to collect and analyze the numerical data. Therefore, this study is quantitative research by nature.
The research uses the questionnaire to collect the data. The questionnaire is delivered directly to the customers. For research purpose, the collecting data stage is conducted strictly confidential. This stage is to clarify the importance of elements, exanimate the influence and test the suggest hypotheses.
The findings regarding the impact of remuneration on work efficiency that, employees generally agreed that if they are given good salaries and bonuses plus their remuneration being paid on time, their performance at the organization is positively impacted. Furthermore, in regards to the impact of creativity on work efficiency, the researcher found out that, respondents are of agreement that the degree to which the organization embraces creativity has an impact on their performance. It should however be noted that, some creativity factors ranked higher than others in terms of preference by the respondents. Finally, findings regarding the impact of training and development on work efficiency showed that, a large number of employees believe that if the organization embraces training and development then their performance will be impacted and improve. Nonetheless, it should also be noted that, not all training and development factors had the same ranking.
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I
ABSTRACT II
Contents III
Tables V
Figures VI
Chapter1 Introduction 1
1.1 Background of the Problem 1
1.2 The Purpose of the Study 3
1.3 Research Questions 3
1.4 Significance of the Study 3
1.5 Scope of the Study 3
1.6 Definition of Terms 3
Chapter 2 Literature Review 5
2.1 Impact of Remuneration on Work Efficiency 5
2.1.1 Salary 5
2.1.2 Employee Benefits 6
2.1.3 Employee Bonus 9
2.2 Impact of Creativity on Work Efficiency 9
2.2.1 Recognition 11
2.2.2 Out of the Box Thinking 12
2.2.3 Dynamic Flow of Ideas 12
2.2.4 Role Expectations and Goals 12
2.2.5 Rewards 13
2.2.6 Supervisory Support 14
2.2.7 Job Characteristics 14
2.3 Impact of Training and Development on Work Efficiency 15
2.3.1 Employee Training 16
2.3.2 Employee Development 17
Chapter 3 Methodology 20
3.1 The Research Framework 20
3.2 Research Hypotheses 20
3.3 Research Approach 20
3.4 Research method 20
3.5 The Method of Data Analyzing 21
3.6 Research Procedure 21
3.7 Data Collection 22
Chapter 4 Result and Finding 23
4.1 Introduction 23
4.2 General Information 23
4.2.1 Gender of Respondent 23
4.2.2 Age of Respondent 24
4.2.3 Years of Service 24
4.2.4 Employment Status 25
4.3 Impact of Remuneration on Work Efficiency 25
4.3.1 Benefits Received 25
4.3.2 Benefit Satisfaction 26
4.3.3 Importance of Benefits 26
4.3.4 Impact of Benefits on Performance 27
4.3.5 Payment on Time 28
4.3.6 Bonus Given 28
4.3.7 Motivation by Wages and Salaries 29
4.3.8 Individual Impact of Remuneration on Work Efficency Factors 29
4.3.9 Impact of Remuneration on Work Efficiency 30
4.4 Impact of Creativity on Work Efficiency 31
4.4.1 Opportunity to be Creative 31
4.4.2 Reward for Creativity 31
4.4.3 Recognition for Creativity 32
4.4.4 Degree to Which the Dong Bac Coporation Has an Out of the Box Outlook and a Go for it Attitude 32
4.4.5 The Degree to Which the Dong Bac Corporation Encourages a Dynamic Flow of Ideas 33
4.4.6 Impact of Creativity on Work Efficiency 33
4.4.7 Impact of Creativity on Work Efficiency 35
4.5 Impact of Training and Development on Work Efficiency 35
4.5.1 Degree to Which Dong Bac Corporation Provides Training 35
4.5.2 Link of Training and Development Opportunities to Strategic Path of the Dong Bac Corporation 35
4.5.3 Employee Inspiration to Take Initiative in Determining Career Development 36
4.5.4 Opportunities for Employee to Learn New Skills and Cross Train 36
4.5.5 Impact of Training and Development on Work Efficiency 37
4.5.6 Impact of Training and Development on Work Efficiency 39
4.6 Cronbach’s Alpha Test 39
4.7 EFA Test 39
4.8 Factors Affecting Work Efficiency 41
Chapter 5 Disscussion, Conclusions and Recommendations 44
5.1 Discussions 44
5.1.1 Impact of Remuneration on Work Efficiency 44
5.1.2 Impact of Creativity on Work Efficiency 45
5.1.3 Impact of Training and Development on Work Efficiency 47
5.2 Conclusions 49
5.2.1 Impact of Remuneration on Work Efficiency 49
5.2.2 Impact of Creativity on Work Efficiency 49
5.2.3 Impact of Training and Development on Work Efficiency 49
5.3 Recommendations 49
5.3.1 Recommendations for Improvement 49
5.3.2 Recommendations for Further Research 50
References 52
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