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Need and Employees Motivation to Work for NGOs in Thailand


  • Matchakarn Ya-Anan


This study aims to discuss and explain the level of need and motivation of working employees to work for NGOs in Thailand. How comment can motivate employees to perform as required or to stay in the organization by need. How it can encourage and develop human resource for NGOs in Thailand. Indepth interview was used to collect data from employees of NGOs in Bangkok, Prachuabkireekun Province, Rachaburee Province, Nakornrachasrima Province, Phuket Province, Chiangrai Province, and Chiangmai Province. The data was divided into 11 males and 18 female employees. From the results it is found that, the average of age is 34 years old, working period is 4.5 years, the level need (%) of physical needs is 62.06%, social needs is 52.58%, self-actualization needs is 51.41%, esteem needs is 51.09%, safety need is 46.84%. From the results it is concluded that different stages of maturity in strategic and operational human resource management exist.

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  • Matchakarn Ya-Anan, 2011. "Need and Employees Motivation to Work for NGOs in Thailand," Journal of Economics and Behavioral Studies, AMH International, vol. 3(2), pages 128-132.
  • Handle: RePEc:rnd:arjebs:v:3:y:2011:i:2:p:128-132
    DOI: 10.22610/jebs.v3i2.263

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