EXPLORING THE JOB SATISFACTION AND ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT OF THE PERSONNEL AT THE DEMONSTRATION SCHOOL OF SUAN SUNANDHA RAJABHAT UNIVERSITY
In this study, the researcher aimed to study job satisfaction, commitment, relationships between personal factors, work duration, and job satisfaction, and the work duration of Personnel, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University Demonstration School.
The population used in this study were academic support personnel, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University Demonstration School, primary and secondary divisions, a total of 118 persons, data were collected using survey forms and statistics used for data analysis. Including percentage, average, and standard deviation.
The findings revealed that From the study of job satisfaction in all aspects was at the highest level, with an average score of 4.85. When considering each item, by sorting the average values in descending order, it could be concluded that regarding the most satisfied work environment ( 4.80), the organizational culture most satisfied ( 4.75), the responsibility was the most satisfied ( 4.72), personnel development / career advancement most satisfied ( 4.73), organization leadership most satisfied ( 4.68). The most satisfied with the performance evaluation ( 4.65), and the most satisfied welfare ( 4.65). And the organizational commitment of personnel of Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University Demonstration School in all aspects was at the highest level, with an average score of 4.75. When considering each item, by sorting the average to the least, it could be concluded that the pride and loyalty to the organization were the most engaged ( 4.70). Performance in achieving organizational objectives, with the highest commitment ( 4.65) and collaboration was one of the most committed organizations ( 4.50).