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Correlates of Job Satisfaction Among the Faculty Members of the College of Community Resources Development Palawan State University

This study aimed to provide information about the extent of job satisfaction among the faculty members in the fourteen campuses of the College of Community Resources Development, Palawan State University.
There were 111 respondents who were involved in this study. The researcher's-made-questionnaire was utilized and the data gathered were analyzed through percentage, ranking, weighted mean, Pearson r, Chi-square and Kendall's coefficient of concordance w. Data obtained were interpreted based on the least acceptable value. Majority of respondents is within the age range of 26-40 years old, most of them were females and married. The highest degree earned is Bachelor's degree with 87.39% with sciences as the major field of specialization having 24.32% and 72.07% is contractual. Most of them rated satisfied in some of the variables like preparation factor, physical working condition, faculty salary and security of tenure. The variables benefits and privileges and faculty development opportunity were rated undecided. Written/Verbal feedback was also rated satisfied by them while social influences had a very satisfied rating. There was a significant relationship as shown in the chi-square values between civil status and benefits and privileges, highest degree earned and salary, security of tenure, and faculty development opportunity. The computed significant of concordance showed also a significant relationship among the levels of satisfaction of the faculty members in the fourteen campuses, thus the null hypothesis is rejected. Therefore, faculty members in the fourteen campuses have the same perceptions of the variables that can satisfy them while doing their stints in their respective areas.

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1ABSTRACT This study aimed to provide information about the extent of job satisfaction among the faculty members in the fourteen campuses of the College of Community Resources Development, Palawan State University. There were 111 respondents who were involved in this study. The researcher’s-made-questionnaire was utilized and the data gathered were analyzed through percentage, ranking, weighted mean, Pearson r, Chi-square and Kendall’s coefficient of concordance w. Data obtained were interpreted based on the least acceptable value. Majority of respondents is within the age range of 26-40 years old, most of them were females and married. The highest degree earned is Bachelor’s degree with 87.39% with sciences as the major field of specialization having 24.32% and 72.07% is contractual employees. Most of them rated satisfied in some of the variables like preparation factor, physical working condition, faculty salary and security of tenure. The variables benefits and privileges and faculty development opportunity were rated undecided. Written/Verbal feedback was also rated satisfied by them while social influences had a very satisfactory rating. There was a significant relationship as shown in the chi-square values between civil status and benefits and privileges, highest degree earned and salary, security of tenure, and faculty development opportunity. The computed

International thesis/dissertation

Autore: Marjorie Española Contatta »

Composta da 152 pagine.

 

Questa tesi ha raggiunto 177 click dal 01/06/2007.

Disponibile in PDF, la consultazione è esclusivamente in formato digitale.