Strategies on Morale Enhancement and Encouragement at Work for the Personnel of the Royal Thai Army Hospital in Ratchburi Province

Authors

  • เบญพร หาญณรงค์ มหาวิทยาลัยนานาชาติแสตมฟอร์ด

Keywords:

Strategies, Morale, Encouragement, Hospital

Abstract

The research objectives are 1) Assessing the morale enhancement and encouragement at work for the personnel of The Royal Thai Army Hospital in Ratchburi Province 2) Developing strategies on morale enhancement and encouragement at work for the personnel of The Royal Thai Army Hospital in Ratchburi Province. The finding showed that overalls morale and encouragement at work for the personnel of The Royal Thai Army Hospital in Ratchburi Province were at the medium level. For each aspect, the lowest level of the morale
enhancement was on revenue and welfare; the next were career security, working environment, the status, likewise, and acceptance from the colleagues. The strategies on the morale enhancement and encouragement at work for the personnel of The Royal Thai Army Hospital in Ratchburi Province were as follows: 1. To support revenue and welfare, strategies was conducted by two methods. First method: supporting extra income, channel of distribution the products of the organization brand such as online marketing, cooperative shop. Second method: raise wages for the extra tasks, establish emergency fund. 2. On the career security, use criteria for performance review in clear, transparent, and verifiable. 3. For working environment, apply strategic planning to work in a more appropriate proportion with higher flexibility. Planning for the supply of materials is sufficient and conducive to work, etc.
4. On the status and acceptance amongst the colleagues, strategies for creating morale by developing plans to create practical solutions as executive agenda shall be implemented and shared, etc.

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Published

30-04-2018

How to Cite

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หาญณรงค์ เ. Strategies on Morale Enhancement and Encouragement at Work for the Personnel of the Royal Thai Army Hospital in Ratchburi Province. J Royal Thai Army Nurses [Internet]. 2018 Apr. 30 [cited 2023 Feb. 7];19:206-13. Available from: https://he01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JRTAN/article/view/134439