Determinants Affecting the Individual Performance Commitment and Review Form (IPCRF) In Relation to Work Satisfaction among Elementary Teachers of IBA District, Division of Zambales, Philippines
Keywords:Community Attachment/ Linkages, Individual Performance Rating, Job Responsibilities, Job Satisfaction, Security, Work Environment
This study aimed to determine the determinants affecting the IPCRF in relation to job satisfaction among elementary teachers of Iba District, Division of Zambales, Philippines during SY 2020-2021. The study utilized descriptive research design with questionnaire as the main instrument in gathering data from two hundred fifty-six (256) teachers who were randomly selected. It was limited to determine the profile of age, sex, religion, highest academic rank, highest educational attainment and number of years in service. The determinants affecting the IPCR are limited to person- related determinants, school- related determinants, student- related determinants and community- related determinants. The work satisfaction of teachers focused on the security (salary, benefits, rewards performance, recognition, promotion), work environment (policies, organizational structure, physical emotional), job responsibilities (duties, moral and ethics) and community attachments/ linkages. The researcher found out that the teacher-respondent is a typical female in her middle adulthood, Roman Catholic, Teacher I, BS degree with masteral units of education and had been in the teaching service for one and half decade. The teacher-respondents assessed “Strongly Agree” on person-related determinants, school-related determinants, learners-related determinants and community related determinants as predictors affecting the IPCRF. Assessed “Very Highly Satisfied” on security, work environment, job responsibilities and community attachments linkages as dimensions on the level of work satisfaction. There is significant difference on the assessment towards person-related and community related determinants when grouped according to age profile variables. There is significant difference on the assessment of the teacher-respondents towards determinants affecting the IPCRF as person-related determinants, school-related determinants, learners-related determinants and community related determinants. There is positively high relationship between determinants affecting the IPCR and the level of work satisfaction.
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