The Benefit Type Have Influence to Engagement in Kunming University


  • LuoMou
  • Nont Sahaya


remuneration management, salary, benefit, engagement


The purpose of this research was to study “The benefit types have influence to  engagement in Kunming university.” The samples were 322 employees who are working  in the Kunming University with values of Alpha reliability reaches 0.962. The statistics used in data analysis are primarily descriptive statistics were percentage, mean, standard deviation. And citation statistics were used to test the hypothesis that the significance level of 0.05 is the Multiple Regression Analysis. The results of this research showed that samples were females counted as 61.4%, aged 41-50 years counted as 30.0%, married counted as 79.5%, graduated with Master’s degree or higher counted as 40.3%, the position of teacher counted as 67.1%, and more than 5 years of work duration counted as 74.6%. The major benefit types that have influenced all the factors of engagement were Social insurance and Statutory holidays. Minor benefit type of Annual leave has influenced to the Commitment factors of engagement and benefit type of Free or low-cost canteens has influenced to the Loyalty factors of engagement.


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