Organizational culture, job performance and satisfaction of teacher in the District of Carmona : basis for a proposed faculty development program / Bernabe B. Villanueva

By: Villanueva, Bernabe BContributor(s): Mecate, Mario S. PhD [adviser]Material type: TextTextDescription: ii, 89 leaves : illustrations; 28 cmSubject(s): Corporate culture | Job satisfaction | Teachers -- Training ofDissertation note: Thesis (MaEd) -- Philippine Christian University, 2018. Summary: This study was conducted to determine the type of organizational culture existing in the workplace of the teachers in the Municipality of Carmona, their level of job performance and satisfaction and how it is related to their job performance and satisfaction. A total of 271 teachers from the nine elementary schools in the district of Carmona took part in this research. The researcher used the descriptive method in searching for answers to the specific problems under consideration.The statistical tools such as percentage and frequent count, weighted men and Pearson's Product Moment Coefficient of Correlation were utilized with the supervision of a statistician.
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Thesis (MaEd) -- Philippine Christian University, 2018.

Includes bibliography

This study was conducted to determine the type of organizational culture existing in the workplace of the teachers in the Municipality of Carmona, their level of job performance and satisfaction and how it is related to their job performance and satisfaction. A total of 271 teachers from the nine elementary schools in the district of Carmona took part in this research. The researcher used the descriptive method in searching for answers to the specific problems under consideration.The statistical tools such as percentage and frequent count, weighted men and Pearson's Product Moment Coefficient of Correlation were utilized with the supervision of a statistician.

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