Comparative Evaluation of the Drive to Defend of Employees in Mechanical Engineering Firms Between Respondents
Keywords:the drive to defend (D), mechanical engineering firms, employees, human resources, work motivation, economics
Objective: The purpose of the study was to assess the motivation level of the employees in mechanical engineering firms in Hanoi, Vietnam, and conduct a comparative evaluation of how the employees perceived work motivation, which can contribute to improving work motivation in employee service leadership.
Method: To achieve the research objectives, a systematic research design is employed, utilizing survey methods as the primary data collection tool. A sample of 190 employees from mechanical engineering firms in Hanoi was selected for participation. The survey encompasses questions designed to gather information about the drive to defend employees. This quantitative approach allows for the collection of structured data that can be statistically analyzed to uncover trends.
Results: The study's results indicate that there is no difference in assessing the drive to defend of employees in mechanical engineering firms in Hanoi between different subjects in terms of gender, academic standards, job position, career seniority, and age.
Conclusions: The study is grounded in the theoretical framework of human resource management. Additionally, the study incorporates concepts related to human resources within the firm sector. Based on this result, the study proposes some recommendations for mechanical engineering firms in Hanoi and employees. The value of this research lies in guiding mechanical engineering firms in Hanoi to enhance human resource management for improved performance and innovation.
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