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|Keywords: ||建教合作;產學攜手合作;就讀動機;個人特質;工作滿意度;留任意願。;cooperative education;education-industry collaboration;learning motivation;individual traits;job satisfaction;willingness to stay|
|Issue Date: ||2013-08-22 11:35:12 (UTC+8)|
“Tourism industry” is a smokeless industry which countries worldwide pay attention to, and it is regarded as the important rising industries in the 21st century as science and technology industry. As the tourism industry covers a wide range, it is a comprehensive business entity with multiple objectives and has gradually developed into the largest and the most vibrant industry in the world. Therefore, it can be seen that tourism industry plays an important role in future global economic development and human resources demand. With the specialization of Taiwan’s leisure industry and the competition of service quality and environment, expertise, high-quality service attitude, good appearance and foreign language communication ability have gradually become necessary conditions for recruitment. The integration of learning and practicing is promoted by the education policy. The education-industry collaboration helps students to enter and get familiar with the workplace in advance and set the ultimate goal of staying in the original workplace after graduation. The key factors in the education-industry collaboration plan are industry, school and students.
With 127 students from “leisure management practice class” managed by the case company as the research subjects, the study discusses the effect of students’ learning motivation, individual traits and their job satisfaction during internship on their willingness to stay on the original work in the future. The research objectives are: 1. discuss the relationship between students’ learning motivation, individual traits, job satisfaction and the willingness to stay. 2. have a knowledge of the effect of learning motivation and individual traits on the willingness to stay, provide the school with assessment tools and give references to recruitment. 3. offer the factors affecting job satisfaction to enterprises as references to improve internal management.
The research results are as follows:
1. Students’ willingness to stay is affected by all variables of learning motivation, in which the reputation of enterprises exerts the most effects significantly, followed by learning dimension in senior high or vocational school and self interest aspect, which both have significant impacts. The dimension of the reputation of school has a negative correlation with the willingness to stay, which means the higher the reputation of the school, the lower the students’ willingness to stay. It indicates that the reputation of the school brings students the workplace competitiveness, so students from schools with higher reputation are more likely to find other jobs instead of staying on the original work.
2. In terms of the effect of variables of individual traits on the willingness to stay, it is found that the willingness to stay are significantly influenced by personal traits of internal control, and insignificantly influenced by job motivation and work values. So the internal control students are more likely to be willing to stay than non-internal control students.
3.The higher the job satisfaction, the stronger the willingness to stay. And the better the internship measures provided by the workplace, the more conducive to change students’ attitude, improve their job involvement and then enhance their willingness to stay.
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