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URN etd-0617108-004204
Author Hung-wen Fang
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Department Human Resource Management
Year 2007
Semester 2
Degree Master
Type of Document
Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese
Title Factors that affect the work values and turnover intension of Vietnamese employees in Taiwanese-owned companies
Date of Defense 2008-06-14
Page Count 76
Keyword
  • management justice
  • salary justice
  • promotional justice
  • improvement evaluation
  • award evaluation
  • result evaluation
  • turnover intension
  • Work values
  • Abstract The inflation that Taiwan encountered in the 80ies made it difficult for many Taiwan companies to gain profit from their production or make a break-trough in production technology. In addition, due to the increase of labor cost and environmental cost, as well as new policies and issues regarding global trading and custom, many of them have reduced or cut their production lines when the production conditions have become worse and worse. In search of better utilization of existing production resource, facilities and lower labor cost, some of the Taiwan companies have moved their factories to Vietnam. And that brings up two issues that managers have to deal with, which is whether or not the local workforce can work efficiently and whether the turnover rate is too high.
    A high separation is a lost of company. Document research showed that employees who have higher performance evaluation have a lower turnover intension to resign. This research discussed the variables that affected organizational commitment. It surveyed Vietnamese and Taiwanese employees in Taiwanese-owned companies in Vietnam(Ho Chi Minh City). Using promotional justice, salary justice, and management justice (three branches: result evaluation, award evaluation, and improvement valuation) as independent variables to regression analysis Taiwanese business’s management justice and its effects on Chinese employees turnover intension. Most of the specialists of organization behavior put personal values and personal character as one of the variables that affect turnover intension. Thus, this research set personal values and personal character as the adjusting factors. The results were that some personal values and personal character interacted with each other and lower the employees’ turnover intension.
    Advisory Committee
  • Yu-ping Wang - chair
  • Ming-chu Yu - co-chair
  • Bih-shiaw Jaw - advisor
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    Date of Submission 2008-06-17

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