A Survey of Employee’s Perception, Understanding, and Compliance toward Harassment Policy of a Multinational Oil and Gas Corporation / Lalita Boonbongkarn=การสำรวจการรับรู้ ความเข้าใจ และการปฏิบัติตามของพนักงาน ต่อนโยบายการคุกคามของบริษัทน้ำมันข้ามชาติ / ลลิตา บุญบงการ
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This study is aimed to explore employee’s perception, understanding, and compliance toward harassment policy of a multinational oil and gas corporation along with to survey the level of harassment in the organization. The study also identifies the determinants that affect employee’s perception, understanding, and compliance. As well as analyze the correlation between employee’s perception, understanding and compliance toward harassment policy. The results of this study from sample size of 352 show that employee has highest level of negative perception toward harassment which means employees strongly agreed that harassment can be threat and harm to the organization. The level of employee’s understanding is also high to moderate as well as high level of compliance towards the organization’s harassment policy. Resulting in the level of harassment in this organization is low accordingly. Moreover, the level of employee’s perception and understanding are positively correlated with level of employee’s compliance to policy. There are determinants such as age, gender of supervisor, communication, and years of working experience that affect employee’s perception, understanding and compliance level. Also, the differences in demographic factors can lead to differences in employee’s perception, understanding and compliance toward harassment policy of the company as well as there is correlation between level of perception, understanding, and compliance. The results of study are useful for organization implication in preparing the training and communication for their employees to enhance their perception and understanding.