HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT INFLUENCING WORK ADAPTABILITY OF EMPLOYEES OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT COMPANIES IN THAILAND
The main purpose of this research is to study the causal relationship of personality, human resource management, and work adaptability which affecting the intention to remain working at a Bangkok-based manufacturer and distributor of electrical equipment company. The research sample group consisted of 202 employees from an electrical equipment manufacturer and distributor. The data in the research was collected from each of the department's employees using a questionnaire that is a stratified sampling and simple random sampling. The statistical data used in the study are percentage, mean, standard deviation and structural relationship model analysis. The results of the study discovered that there are four factors influencing the work adaptability of the workers, and among them the most influential factor is to understand the personality traits of others, followed by responsibility, self-disclosure, and human resource management. It is also found that the variable of job adaptability will also affect the intention to remain working in the job.