ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE AND WORK ENGAGEMENT OF MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES IN THE 5TH DISTRICT OF CAVITE

Carlo Emil Mañabo |

June 03, 2020
Organization Culture

The aim of this research was to determine the type of organizational culture existing in the workplace of the municipal employees in the fifth district of Cavite namely Carmona, Silang and General Mariano Alvarez, Cavite and its relationship to their work engagement of the employees. A descriptive-correlational research design was utilized in the study. 313 municipal employees from the above mentioned municipality served as the participants of the study. The study was conducted in three months period from November and December 2016 to January 2017. The data were statistically analyzed with the supervision of a statistician and with the utilization of Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) application. The result revealed that most of the employees from the three municipalities are in the middle age of their career ranging from 26 - 33 years old and are female and married. Moreover, more than half of the total number of participants are college graduate. In terms of the organizational culture present in the municipalities, task-oriented culture was the most dominant. Meanwhile, in terms of the level of work engagement, employees from the three municipalities were assessed as engaged. Lastly, findings of this research revealed that there is a significant relationship between the organizational culture and the level of work engagement of the employees. Therefore, organizational culture affects the level of work engagement of the municipal employees. It appears that, based on the study, having a task culture in the municipality will direct the employees to be more engaged.

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