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研究生: 阮紅何
研究生(外文): Nguyen Hong Ha
論文名稱: An Empirical Study on the Factors Affecting Employee Engagement in Vietnam National Institute of Information and Communications Strategy
論文名稱(外文): An Empirical Study on the Factors Affecting Employee Engagement in Vietnam National Institute of Information and Communications Strategy
指導教授: 唐國銘
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: 99
畢業學年度: 99
語文別: 英文
論文頁數: 107
中文關鍵詞: Human Resources ManagementEmployee EngagementPublic Sector
外文關鍵詞: Human Resources ManagementEmployee EngagementPublic Sector
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Turning to the first years of the 21st century, along with the achievements in the field of politics, foreign Affairs, economy, and society, Vietnam is committing to make its law and regulations to comply with WTO for further integration into the world. Vietnam’s state agencies are dealing with the situation in which civil servants are tending to quit their job in order to move to the private or foreign sectors.  “According to incomplete reports of 23 departments and 46 provinces and cities, over the last five years, there are approximate 16.000 employees quitting their job, reaching 0.8% of total 1.7 million civil servants  (17% public administration servants, 72% business officials, 11% employees” (Thang Van Phuc, 2008).
National Institute of Information and Communications Strategy (NIICS), a research institute in charge of making strategies, policies is facing the same situation. According to the statistic number from 2004 to 2009, there are 28 officers moving to other offices and private sectors. This research aims to determine basis factors causing officers to decide to leave Institute and find out the basis factors for encouraging the current officer sticking long-term with NIICS.
The study hopes to find solutions for nurturing and growing the engagement of the staff of NIICS and thus proposing to the leaders of NIICS suitable policies for efficiently using human resources of NIICS.

Turning to the first years of the 21st century, along with the achievements in the field of politics, foreign Affairs, economy, and society, Vietnam is committing to make its law and regulations to comply with WTO for further integration into the world. Vietnam’s state agencies are dealing with the situation in which civil servants are tending to quit their job in order to move to the private or foreign sectors.  “According to incomplete reports of 23 departments and 46 provinces and cities, over the last five years, there are approximate 16.000 employees quitting their job, reaching 0.8% of total 1.7 million civil servants  (17% public administration servants, 72% business officials, 11% employees” (Thang Van Phuc, 2008).
National Institute of Information and Communications Strategy (NIICS), a research institute in charge of making strategies, policies is facing the same situation. According to the statistic number from 2004 to 2009, there are 28 officers moving to other offices and private sectors. This research aims to determine basis factors causing officers to decide to leave Institute and find out the basis factors for encouraging the current officer sticking long-term with NIICS.
The study hopes to find solutions for nurturing and growing the engagement of the staff of NIICS and thus proposing to the leaders of NIICS suitable policies for efficiently using human resources of NIICS.

Abstract  i
Acknowledgments  iii
Table of Contents  iv
Chapter 1 Introduction  1
1.1. Research Background  1
1.2. Research Motive  5
1.3. Research Purposes  6
1.4. Research Method and Questions  6
1.5. Research Structure  7
1.6. Research Procedure  7
Chapter 2 Literature Review  9
2.1. Overview of human resource management  9
2.2. Human resources management in state agencies  20
2.3. Improving human resources quality in state agencies in Vietnam  26
2.4. Policies for supporting HRM in Vietnam’s state agencies  28
2.5. Problem of employee engagement  32
Chapter 3 Research Methodology  39
3.1. Research Framework  39
3.2. Research hypotheses and Instrument Development  44
3.2.1. Research hypotheses  44
3.3. Measurement of variables  45
3.4. Data collection  46
3.5. Questionnaire  47
Chapter 4 Analysis and results  49
4.1. Assess overall human resources of the Institute from 2004 to 2009  49
4.2. Sampling  53
4.3. Investigating style  54
4.4. Descriptive Analysis  57
4.4.1. Descriptive and Analysis of Sample Demographics  57
4.4.2. Statistic Description  57
4.5. Reliability and Validity Analysis  59
4.5.1. Reliability analysis  59
4.5.2. Validity analysis  61
4.5.3. Inspection Cronbach Alpha  64
4.6. Hypotheses Testing  65
Statistical Regression  65
Chapter 5 Conclusions  73
5.1. Research Findings  73
5.2. Implications  75
5.3. Research Limitations  77
5.4. Future Studies  78
References  79
Appendix A. The English Version of Questionnaire  82
Appendix B. The Vietnamese version of Questionnaire  88
Autobiography  94

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