Intention to Stay in an Organization among Core Function Staff in the Department of Thai Traditional and Alternative Medicine, Ministry of Public Health

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Kornganog Unjit
Bhusita Intaraprasong
Jutatip Sillabutra
Youwanuch Sattayasomboon

Abstract

This research was an explanatory cross-sectional study aimingto examine the relationship between job satisfaction and intention to stay of core function staff in Department of Thai Traditional and Alternative Medicine in anorganization. Data was collected using a questionnaire among core function staff having at least one year of service. Data from104 completed questionnaires were analyzed using Pearson’s product-moment correlation coefficient. The results found the overall core function staff had intention to stay in the organization and job satisfaction at a moderate level. Job satisfaction and intention to stay in the organization had a low positive association. Regarding the findings of this research, job satisfaction and intention to stay in the organization of core function staff in the Department of Thai Traditional and Alternative Medicine had a low level positive association. As a result, other additional factors relating to intention to stay in the organization should be further researched so that the results of intention to stay in an organization of core function staff will be more comprehensive.

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