ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE AFFECTED WORK EFFICIENCY OF COMPANY EMPLOYEES
The purpose of this research is to study the organizational culture that affects the work efficiency of employees and to study work efficiency of employees and to study the organizational culture that affects the work efficiency of employees. The population used in the research was 240 employees of a state-owned enterprise using a questionnaire to collect data by random sampling of 160 sets, analysis set and processing by a statistical computer program. Statistics used in data analysis were percentage, mean, standard deviation, maximum, minimum, Pearson's simple correlation coefficient, tolerance, VIF and stepwise multiple regression analysis. The statistical significance was set at the 0.1 level.
The study found that 1.240 employees, mainly male, are over 36 years old, have bachelor's degrees and work between 6-10 years old. Annual average monthly income 20001-25000 Baht Marital status Culture, adaptation, cultural participation, the last part, unified culture 3. The overall work efficiency is high. First, work quality, workload, and finally, time. 4. All factors are cultural missions and unified culture. Participating in and adapting to the culture will affect the work efficiency of employees, and the relationship found will not exceed the. 80 (Stevens, 1996) This makes all independent variables in the study have no multicollinearity relationship. Therefore, all independent variables can be used to analyse multiple regression. 5. The organizational culture model that affects the employee's work efficiency is as follows: employee work efficiency = 5.616 + (.979* mission culture) + 2.168 + (.423* adaptive culture) + 2.317+ (.252 * cultural participation) was 99.7% and had a standard error in forecasting equal to ± .241