Performance Assessment Model as Perceived by Civil Servants Working of National Research Council

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ภณิดา วรจันทร์ สุณี หงษ์วิเศษ

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The purposes of this were to examine and compare the level of opinions performance assessment model of civil servants working for National Research Council.  The population of this study was 188 civil servants who worked for National Research Council.  The research instruction was a five rating scale questionnaire performance assessment model according to 1) Patterns of performance assessment 2) Evaluator 3) Evaluatee, and 4) Interest of performance assessment. A software program for statistical analysis, including percentage, means, standard deviation, t-test, and one-way ANOVA was administered to analyze the collected data. The results of the study revealed that the level of opinions performance assessment model of civil servants working for National Research Council was found at a high level.  Specifically, the opinions in relation to the usefulness of performance assessment model was rated the highest, followed by the opinions relating to those civil servants receiving an assessment, methods of assessment, and evaluators, respectively. Also, based on the results from the comparisons, it was shown that no statistically significant differences were found in the level of opinions performance assessment model among the subjects with different gender, age, work position, and work length. There were statistically significant differences in the level of opinions performance assessment model among the subjects with different work rank at a significant level of 0.05 and different comparison between the operational level to the professional level, and between the operational level to special expertise.

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