The Structural Equation Modeling of Organizational Climate Factors and Job Satisfaction Affecting Employee Engagement of Hotel Employees of Dusit International Group in Bangkok

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Chakrit Srisakun


This paper aims to investigate the structural relationship of organizational climate factors and job satisfaction affecting employee engagement of hotel employees of Dusit International Group in Bangkok by employing structural equation modeling technique to demonstrate and describe the impact in terms of direct and indirect effect on employee engagement. The comprises of 265 employees of Dusit Thani Bangkok and Dusit Thani Princess Srinakarin who had been working for back stage and front stage. This survey research collected the data by questionnaire and analyzed by statistical applications.

The findings revealed that organizational climate had the total impact on employee engagement equal to .83, the direct effect equal to .19 and indirect effect equal to .64 ( 2/df = 2.253, GFI=.895, RMSEA=.069, CFI=.958). Consideration the organizational climate and job satisfaction simultaneously can be enhanced the degrees of employee engagement.


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Srisakun, C. (2018). The Structural Equation Modeling of Organizational Climate Factors and Job Satisfaction Affecting Employee Engagement of Hotel Employees of Dusit International Group in Bangkok. WMS Journal of Management, 7(Special), 156-166. Retrieved from
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Chakrit Srisakun

Lecturer, Department of Business Administration and General Education, Manager, Academic Support Department, Academic Affair, Dusit Thani College


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