Volume 14 No 2 (2022): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education

WORK FLEXIBILITY AND SELF-REGULATION PREDICTING THE SUCCESS IN WORK OF PRIVATE COMPANY EMPLOYEES


Tanita Yimsai , Nattiya Booranapong, Pornpan Nhomuang , Hathaikan Boonthaim ,Pinkanok Wongpinpech, Manop Chunin

DOI: 10.9756/INT-JECSE/V14I2.298

Keywords: Self-regulation, Success in work, Work flexibility.


Abstract

This research aimed to 1.) examine the level of work flexibility, self-regulation, and success in work of employees; 2.) examine the relationship between work flexibility and success in work of employees; 3.) examine the relationship between self-regulation and success in work of employees; and 4.) predict the success in work from work flexibility and self-regulation of employees. Samples were 186 private company tech employees. The research instrument was a questionnaire. Statistics used in data analysis were percentage, mean, standard deviation, Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient, and stepwise multiple regression analysis. Results indicated that 1.) the success in work of employees was in a high level (𝑥̅ = 3.30, S.D. = .38), work flexibility was in a moderately high level (𝑥̅ = 2.70, S.D. = .73), and self-regulation was in a moderately high level (𝑥̅ = 3.22, S.D. = .37); 2.) work flexibility was not related to the success in work of employees; 3.) self-regulation was related to the success in work of employees (r = .57) at a statistical significance level of .01; and 4.) self-regulation could predict the success in work of employees at 32.3% at a statistical significance level of .01.

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