Influence of Personal Development Improve to Personal Performance: Case study of Immigration Department of Thailand
The issue surrounding the performance of employees in organizations has been a major concern for both academicians and practitioners specifically among the employees in the service sector. This is because the employees are regarded as the nucleus of the organization. Considering this, and the increased migration rate happening in recent times, the Thailand immigration posts have thus been shot into the limelight because they are considered to perform below expectation. Owing to this, the researcher identifies the personal development factor to empirically examine the significance, qualitative research methodologies was used to examine the immigration officers selected randomly at various immigration posts in Thailand southern region. The research empirically found that the personal development factor significantly contributes to personal performance. The study reveals that the immigration officers acknowledged the significance of the personal development factor. Considering these revelations, the researcher discussed the importance of the personal development factor and how it can be used in enhancing the personal performance of immigration staffs in Thailand.
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