Factors Affecting The Quality Of Ethnic Minority Human Resources: A Case Study In The Central Highlands, Vietnam

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  • Nguyen Thanh Truc
  • Vu Trinh Vương
  • Pham Thao Vy
  • Huynh Thi Nga
  • Vo Xuan Hoi
  • Ao Xuan Hoa

Abstract

The paper uses the survey data from 429 stakeholders who are ethnic minority with the role of workers and employers in the central highlands region of Vietnam. The partial least squares structural equation modeling is used to identify factors affecting the quality of ethnic minority human resources in this area. The findings indicate six important factors including the policies of human resource utilization, development training, and remuneration, income, working conditions, culture which all positively affect the quality of ethnic minority human resources in the region. Among them, the culture one was assessed to have the strongest impact, followed by the policy on using ethnic minority human resource. Conversely, the impact of policy on development training of ethnic minority human resources is the weakest. The standard error of the impact coefficients of independent variables on the quality of ethnic minority human resources in the central highland ranges from 0.025 to 0.042, which is a fluctuating level with a relatively narrow amplitude. The R-squared of the dependent variable measured by 4 component variables including attitude, knowledge, physical strength, and skill ranges from 0.575 to 0.838.

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2024-03-14

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Truc, N. T. ., Vương, V. T. ., Vy, P. T. ., Nga, H. T. ., Hoi, V. X. ., & Hoa, A. X. . (2024). Factors Affecting The Quality Of Ethnic Minority Human Resources: A Case Study In The Central Highlands, Vietnam. Migration Letters, 21(S8), 627–639. Retrieved from https://migrationletters.com/index.php/ml/article/view/9368

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