THE STUDY OF EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT OF 

MANUFACTURING SECTOR IN THAILAND

TanakornChalermjirapas*

Martin de Tours School of Management and Economics, 

Assumption University, Bangkok, Thailand

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Assistant Professor Dr. Hla Theingi 

Martin de Tours School of Management and Economics, 

Assumption University, Bangkok, Thailand

Dr.Mayuree Aryupong

Martin de Tours School of Management and Economics, 

Assumption University, Bangkok, Thailand

Abstract

The intention of this research is test conceptual model of the interaction between the relationships of personality traits, perceived support and employee engagement in Thailand. Accordingly, the survey was completed by 664 participants, 42% male and 58% female, the majority aged between 21 to 30 and working in factory, graduated at high school level, and earning less than or equal to 15,000 baht. This survey measured attitudes toward employee engagement, personality traits, and perceived support. The results indicated that the perceived support can moderate the relationship between personality traits and employee engagement. 

Keywords: Employee Engagement, the Big Five Personality Traits, Perceived Support

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