A Study on the Correlation among Job Motivation, Job Satisfaction, and Job Performance - Research on HR Management in Semiconductor Industry
|關鍵字:||工作動機;工作滿意;工作績效;半導體產業;人力資源管理;Job Motivation;Job Satisfaction;Job Performance;Semiconductor Industry;Human Resources (HR) Management|
Following the development of information technology and the increased facility for transportation, global competition has become increasingly heated. Industrial structures have changed from heavy reliance on physical labor to a concentration upon knowledge. The global economy has gradually developed into an economic model where “Knowledge Accumulation and Innovation” are the primary motivating factors for economic growth. Knowledge is gradually substituting for machinery, cash, raw materials, and labor to become the principal element produced by industry. Consequently, “People” have naturally become the chief asset of an industry, meaning that how to obtain and use people effectively has become the most vital topic for businesses today. The semiconductor industry became the central production structure during the early stages of the process of industrial upgrade in our country. This can be seen from the economy’s statistical data of the past years, which also attests to its importance in the development of our country’s economy. By analyzing each of the national industries, it can be seen that the semiconductor industry will still be one of the industries playing a starring role in the next few years. Looking at the future, human resources management personnel will necessarily be a group that influences the development direction of an industry. Even more importantly, they will be a key factor to the survival of an industry in a fast changing environment. If one can understand the correlation between job motivation, job satisfaction, and job performance for human resources management personnel, it will have enormous benefits for industrial human resources management. The primary objective of this research was to investigate the correlation between job motivation, job satisfaction, and job performance for human resources management personnel in the semiconductor industry. Results indicate that the three research variables are indeed correlated. The results of this research hope to provide reference data for the semiconductor industry when selecting, promoting, and managing this kind of personnel. Furthermore, through these filtered out human resources personnel, invaluable human resources can be continuously fetched in and managed effectively.
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