THE INFLUENCE OF KNOWLEDGE SHARING ON COMPETENCY DEVELOPMENT AND GENERATION Y EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN BANGKOK THAILAND

Authors

  • Aittichord Chordkunpan
  • Pornpawee Worasatepongsa

Abstract

The diversity of generation in organizations is a challenge for HRM, especially generation Y, who are going to become the majority of employees. This research aimed to study the influence of knowledge sharing on competency development and Thai generation Y employee engagement with a sample of 400 generation y, aged 22-39 (Born1981-1998) who were working in Bangkok Thailand.

           

The results of this research showed that the structural models were consistent with the empirical data and all criterial passed (c2= 308.192, c2/df=1.045, p = 0.287, df = 295, CFI = 0.998, IFI = 0.998, TLI = 0.998, RMSEA = 0.011, SRMR = 0.018). The knowledge sharing has a positive direct effect on competency development (β=0.417), the knowledge sharing had a direct positive effect on employees’ engagement (β=0.764), while the knowledge sharing had a negative indirect effect on employees’ engagement with competency development mediator (β=-0.408). Competency development has a negative direct effect on employees’ engagement (β = -0.978). All effects have a significant level at 0.001.

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Published

2020-12-10

How to Cite

Aittichord Chordkunpan, & Pornpawee Worasatepongsa. (2020). THE INFLUENCE OF KNOWLEDGE SHARING ON COMPETENCY DEVELOPMENT AND GENERATION Y EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IN BANGKOK THAILAND. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(3), 2526-2541. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/2689