PERSONNEL RECRUITMENT AFFECTING EMPLOYEE'S PERFORMANCE EFFICIENCY IN DEPARTMENT OF THE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT AND PROMOTION
Abstract— Study of personnel recruitment that affects employee’s performance efficiency in the Department of Energy Development and Promotion have several purposes. Purposes of this research are to study the employee’s performance efficiency and to study the recruitment effect on employee’s performance in the Department of Energy Development and Promotion. The sample consisted of 114 participants in the office of the secretary of the department and analyzing the data by using the mean, standard deviation and Pearson correlation coefficient. Findings revealed that employees of the Department of Energy Development and Promotion, numbering 114 people, mostly male, aged 26-30 years old, holding a bachelor's degree, have an average income of 15,000-20,000 baht and work experience of 2-3 years. Human resource planning, job specification, recruitment method and personnel selection of personnel recruitment found high levels. All four employee’s performance efficiency factors, the quality of work, quantity of work, time and cost, were at a high level. The correlation between the personnel recruitment effect on the employee’s performance was found to be no more than 0.80 that means no multicollinearity. The regression model of the personnel recruitment affecting employee’s performance efficiency in the Department of Energy Development and Promotion at 66.6 percent and there was a standard error in forecasting equal to plus-minus 0.348.