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eperson.contributor.advisorPrattana Punnakitikashem-
dc.contributor.authorRatawon Chaisilwattana-
dc.identifierTP MM.027 2016-
dc.description.abstractThe purpose of this study is to understand how Thai culture, in accordance with Hofstede’s cultural dimension theory, affects job satisfaction and the relationship between job satisfaction and organizational engagement. Qualitative method is used with in-depth interviewing technique consisting of open-ended questions for the data collection method. Results suggest that the cultural dimensions of Collectivism, Uncertainty Avoidance, and Femininity are positively related to job satisfaction, whereas the dimension of Power Distance is negatively related to job satisfaction. Findings also show that job satisfaction has no direct relationship with organizational engagement.-
dc.subjectMarketing and Management-
dc.subjectJob satisfaction-
dc.subjectThai culture-
dc.titleThai culture and its effects on organizational engagement in Thai privately held companies.-
dc.typeThematic Paper-
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