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The Development of Labour Union Management Model in the Manufacturing Industry Contributing to Organizational Productivity

Pairat Saudom, Chuleewan Chotiwong, Kanit Chaloeyjanya, Supatta Pinthapataya

Abstract


The purposes of this research were: 1) to study the components of labour union management in the manufacturing industry contributing to organizational productivity, 2) to develop the labour union management model in the manufacturing industry contributing to organizational productivity, and 3) to develop the manual for application. The study was a mixed method of qualitative and quantitative approaches. The research tools for the qualitative study were in-depth interview and focus group whereas the research tools for quantitative study were questionnaires; the participants were samples formed by the management of companies and the members of the labour union committee of the private enterprises with employee unions in the manufacturing industry 4.0. These statistics used were frequency, mean, percentage, standard deviation and factor analysis by using SPSS for window. The research finding indicated that 1) the labour union management model in the manufacturing industry contributing to organizational productivity consisted of 5 managerial dimensions, Dimensions 1: Planning which contains 2 components including strategic planning and budget planning, Dimension: 2 Organizing which contains 2 components including organizing of management structure and building work relationship, Dimension: 3 Leading which contains 3 components including competence in management, leadership and communication, Dimension: 4 Controlling including operational controlling component and Dimension: 5 Co-managing which contains 3 components including co-management in organizational decision-making, supporting organizational operations and participating in organizational performance evaluation. 2) the model and the manual of labour union management in the manufacturing industry contributing to organizational productivity was verified in agreement with the experts in the focus group meeting and 3) the manual of labour union management in the manufacturing industry contributing to organizational productivity was evaluated by the specialists for its appropriateness application at a good level.

Keywords


Labour Union Management; Manufacturing Industry; Organizational Productivity

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