Employees' Attitudes in Food Industries Companies in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Toward Constraints of the Application of Quality Management Systems

Nami Al-Shammari

Abstract


The study aimed to identify the attitudes of employees' working in the factories in food industry in the Riyadh region of Saudi Arabia about the constraints of human and technical, administrative and technological standing obstacle to the application of quality management systems in the food industry. To identify the degree of these attitudes and their relation to each of: the type of product, and their characteristics demographic, functional, and the degree of implementation of quality management systems in these facilities. To achieve the objectives of the study relied on the survey method, questionnaire tool, which has been collected through the study sample of size 93 workers from these factories, has also been using the method of descriptive statistics and analysis of variance and correlation coefficient Kendall to answer the study questions.
The study results found that the degree of attitudes indicate that the level of all these constraints were weak in the factories of the meat industry, soft drinks, but it is in the factories of the dairy industry, milk and fats and oils industries. The study showed no statistically significant differences at (P-Value <0.05) between the trends of the respondents attributed to the difference in the functional level, while showing the existence of a correlation inverse (P-Value <0.05) between the degree of the trends and all the feel under age and the number of years of experience him; and the existence of a correlation and positive correlation (P-Value <0.05) between the degree of rehabilitation training when the employee in the field of quality management to the degree of the attitude towards a sense that there is no technical obstacles in the factories where they work.

Keywords


E-Quality Management, Food Industry, Riyadh.

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