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研究生: 黃英明
研究生(外文): Hoanh Anh Minh
論文名稱: A Study of Empirical Views for Users'' Acceptance of Labor and Employment Information System in Bureau of Employment
論文名稱(外文): A Study of Empirical Views for Users'' Acceptance of Labor and Employment Information System in Bureau of Employment
指導教授: 蔡東亦
學位類別: 碩士
校院名稱: 樹德科技大學
系所名稱: 資訊管理系碩士班
論文出版年: 2010
畢業學年度: 99
語文別: 英文
論文頁數: 85
中文關鍵詞: database collectionISLEISMOLISAMOETlabor supplylabor demandlabor-forcelabor-employmentIS Success ModelBureau of Employments
外文關鍵詞: database collectionISLEISMOLISAMOETlabor supplylabor demandlabor-forcelabor-employmentIS Success ModelBureau of Employments
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Recently, the relative information system with demand for labor-employment has an important role for labor-force management in Vietnam. Advances in information technology (IT) and management of information system (MIS) are among the most powerful forces bearing on the economy.  Employers and employees who use IT in working and MIS in managing on works often make complementary innovations in their organizations and effective in the services they offer.  The hypothesis is that these successful factors by IT/MIS users for labor-employment controlling change the mix of skills that employers demand. Specifically, we test the hypothesis that it is a success of management support, information quality, and system quality affect to labor and employment information system (LEIS) in the labor-employment management field. We examine some different data linking several indicators of LEIS use, workplace organization, and the demand for labor-force.  In both a short-tested factors demand framework and a production function framework of development variables on Delone and McLean IS Success Model, we find evidence for complimentarily. LEIS use is complementary to labor affairs and organizations which include broader job responsibilities for line workers, more decentralized decision-making and more specific-managing firms in labor-employment management.

Recently, the relative information system with demand for labor-employment has an important role for labor-force management in Vietnam. Advances in information technology (IT) and management of information system (MIS) are among the most powerful forces bearing on the economy.  Employers and employees who use IT in working and MIS in managing on works often make complementary innovations in their organizations and effective in the services they offer.  The hypothesis is that these successful factors by IT/MIS users for labor-employment controlling change the mix of skills that employers demand. Specifically, we test the hypothesis that it is a success of management support, information quality, and system quality affect to labor and employment information system (LEIS) in the labor-employment management field. We examine some different data linking several indicators of LEIS use, workplace organization, and the demand for labor-force.  In both a short-tested factors demand framework and a production function framework of development variables on Delone and McLean IS Success Model, we find evidence for complimentarily. LEIS use is complementary to labor affairs and organizations which include broader job responsibilities for line workers, more decentralized decision-making and more specific-managing firms in labor-employment management.

Abstract  i
Acknowledgments  iii
Table of Contents  iv
List of Tables  vi
List of Figures  vii
Chapter 1 Introduction  1
1.1 Overview of Vietnam Labor and Employment  1
1.2 The Importance of Labor Information System and Analysis  3
1.3 The Importance of Labor and Employment Information System in Vietnam  4
1.4 Research Motive  5
1.5 Research Purposes  5
1.6 Research Questions  7
1.7 Research Structure  7
Chapter 2 Literature Review  9
2.1 Information System Concept  9
2.2 Labor and Employment Information System in the Context  11
2.3 Critical Factors for Labor and Employment Information System  13
2.3.1 Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB)  14
2.3.2 Theory of Reasoned Action (TRA)  15
2.3.3 Technology Acceptance Model (TAM)  17
2.3.4 Delone and McLean IS Success Model (IS success)  19
Chapter 3 Research Methodology  23
3.1 Research Model  23
3.1.1 An IS Success Model Revision for Research Model  23
3.2 Research Hypotheses  24
3.3 Extension Variables for LEIS management in Vietnam  25
3.3.1 Management Support (MS)  25
3.3.2 Information Quality (IQ)  25
3.3.3 System Quality (IQ)  26
3.4 Measurement of Variables  26
3.5 Research Method  29
3.5.1 Descriptive Statistics  29
3.5.2. Partial Least Squares (PLS) and Techniques Were Used to find out the Answers for All Research Questions in the Questionnaire.  29
3.5.3 Participants  30
3.5.4 Measurement Model  31
Chapter 4 Analysis and Results  34
4.1 Sample Description  34
4.2 Measurement Model  36
4.2.1 Convergent Validity  36
4.2.2 Discriminant Validity  41
4.3 Structure Model Evaluation  44
4.3.1 Variance Explained  44
4.3.2 Assessment of Path Coefficients  45
4.3.3 Hypotheses  46
4.4 Discussions about the Result of Thesis  47
Chapter 5 Conclusions  49
5.1 Finding and Contribution  49
5.2 Limitation  50
5.3 Future  50
5.4 Conclusion  51
References  52
Appendix I - English Questionnaire  60
Appendix II - Vietnamese Questionnaire  67
Autobiography  73

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2003 Statistics Law and Decree No. 40/2004/NĐ-CP dated 13/02/2004 by the Government stipulating and guiding the implementation the Statistics Law define that Ministry and equal level authorities are responsible for state management on statistic data of the assigned fields and sectors.
Decision No. 305/2005/QĐ-TTg dated 24/11/2005 by the Prime Minister on the promulgation of the national indicators system which regulates that General Statistics Office and Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs is responsible for collecting and gathering all the national labour-employment statistics indicators on quarterly, bi-annual and annual basis.
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Decree No. 16/2004/NĐ-CP dated 07/02/2005 by the Government on the promulgation of the investment and construction regulations.
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