|Project Title:||Research on the Factors Influencing the Acceptance of the Alliance-Type Employment Relationship in Engineering Management Consulting Enterprises|
|Advisor:||Assoc. Professor. Li Chiao-Ming|
|Degree:||Master of Business Administration|
|Major:||International Master of Business Administration|
Qiaoni, Lu. (2017). Research on the factors influencing the acceptance of the alliance-type employment relationship in engineering management consulting enterprises. (Master’s independent study). Bangkok: Master in Business Administration, Siam University.
For consulting management companies with professional talents as their core, recruiting talents, managing talents and retaining talents are the priority tasks that enterprises need to adapt and develop in the network age, to maximize the economic benefits, and to innovate the technology and equipment at the same time, we must give full play to the advantages of enterprise human resources. In the contract employment relationship, the enterprise and employees are taken away from long-term investment, such a focus on the current short-sighted thinking has not been applied to the development of contemporary human resources management, employment relations is actually an alliance relationship (Reid Hoffman, 2015), This relationship has established a working model that encourages companies and individuals to invest in each other, and the new alliance-type employment relationship has become a hot topic in current research. In the engineering consulting management company with professional talents as the core, is this new type of alliance employment relationship acceptable to employees and what are the factors affecting employee acceptance? In view of these problems, this research has carried on the questionnaire survey to the project management Enterprise to affect the enterprise and the Employee Alliance type employment relationship acceptability, and make SPSS Statistics v23 software, descriptive statistic analysis, factor analysis and regression analysis of the survey results.
The research shows that the most notable influence on the acceptance of the alliance-type employment relationship in Engineering management Consulting Enterprises is the mode of employment relationship, followed by the corporate culture and the compensation management. From the questionnaire survey data and research results show that the company’s enterprise and employee employment relations still have a lot of space needs to be sound and perfect.
Keywords: Human Resources Management, Employment Relations, Alliance.
Research on the Factors Influencing the Acceptance of the Alliance-Type Employment Relationship in Engineering Management Consulting Enterprises
International Master in Business Administration (IMBA), Siam University, Bangkok, Thailand