HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AFFECTING ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT OF ACADEMIC SUPPORT STAFF IN THE OFFICE OF GENERAL EDUCATION AND INNOVATIVE ELECTRONIC LEARNING OF SUAN SUNANDHA RAJABHAT UNIVERSITY
The objective of this study were to 1) study the satisfaction levels of human resource management, motivation at work, corporate culture, commitment to the organization, and work satisfaction, and 2) to study the relationship between employee commitment to the organization and job satisfaction of academic staff support of the Office of General Education and Electronic Learning Innovation Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University. The population used in this study was academic support personnel of the Office of General Education Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, amount of 31 people. Data collection was used by questionnaires as a tool for data collection. The statistics used for data analysis were percentage, mean, standard deviation, and Pearson's simple correlation coefficient. The results of the survey are as follows: (1) Most of the employees are female-male, aged 22-45 years, single status, education level is bachelor degree, have job positions as operational levels, duration of work is less than 1 - 10 years, and most have average monthly income from 10,001 - 20 ,000 baht. (2) Employees have overall opinions about human resource management and in each of the following areas: recruitment, selection, training, and development, performance evaluation and compensation and benefits at a good level. When separated in each aspect, it was found that the work motivation was satisfied at a high level, organizational culture was at a very high level, organizational commitment was at a high level, and job satisfaction was at a high level. (3) Employee engagement in the organization was related to the job satisfaction of academic support staff as a whole in the same direction with relatively high and in each aspect such as psychological attachment, commitment and the norms of attachment, there was a moderate level of relationship in the same direction with statistical significance at the level of 0.01.