Effects of The Practice of Experiential Education on Employee Self-Efficacy and Organizational Commitment in Catering Industry
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Ph.D. Program in Nutrition and Food Science, Fu-Jen Catholic University, TAIWAN
Online publish date: 2017-11-30
Publish date: 2017-11-30
EURASIA J. Math., Sci Tech. Ed 2018;14(3):745–751
Under the social pattern with gradual increase in consuming ability and the enhancement of the citizens’ emphasis on leisure travel, the rapidly increasing outside dining has catering businesses move toward diversified brand management. The ratio of labor force employed in the relevant industries and catering industry in Taiwan in total labor force employed and the employment population are increasing. It becomes critical to promote the competitiveness of catering businesses through complete educational training systems. Aiming at the supervisors and employees of Wowprime Corp., total 500 copies of questionnaire are distributed and 384 valid copies are retrieved, with the retrieval rate 77%. The research results show significant correlations between 1.experiential education and elf-efficacy, 2.self-efficacy and organizational commitment, and 3.experiential education and organizational commitment. Eventually, suggestions are proposed, expecting to assist catering businesses in educating the employees, reducing costs for the enterprises, and enhancing the competitiveness.
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