thesis aimed to study the factors affecting the ties of officers with Thai
Internal Security Operations Command and
to study the factors correlating with the ties of officers with Thai Internal
Security Operations Command. A sample of 285 officers was selected from 1,011 staff. A uestionnaire
was employed to collect data. Statistical Package for Social Sciences for
Windows (SPSS) was used to analyze the data.
study found that ages, genders, and marital status were not correlated with
personal ties with an organization. The level of education and the length of
time working were correlated rather slightly with attention to work. Job
ranking and level of incomes were correlated very slightly and slightly,
respectively, in the opposite direction while still working for this
organization. In conclusion,
personal factor did not affect personal ties with Thai Internal Security
of work were correlated slightly to moderately for the officers with ties to an
organization; whereas job advancement was not correlated with working
consistency. As far as the motivation at work, it found that privileges, other
fringe benefits, and promotion systems were not correlated with working consistency.
As an overview, motivation at work was correlated moderately in the same
direction with the ties to Thai Internal Security Operations Command.