THE IMPACT OF FILIPINO WORK VALUES IN ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITMENT OF PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS

Asst. Prof. Alethea Patricia Del Castillo-Arenillo | Ela Mae Cena | Shinra Margarette Fresco | Pauline Mata | Marion Daryl Iris Ramos | King Brian Untalan |

April 16, 2021
Psychology

This quantitative research was conceptualized to determine the role of 10 Filipino Work Values as determinants of organizational commitment of public-school teachers. A descriptive correlational research design using two nonprobability sampling techniques, namely: purposive sampling and snowball sampling, were utilized to recruit participants. To gather needed data for the research, survey questionnaires were administered online to a total of 111 permanent, full-time public-school teachers aged 25-55 years old with at least five years of work service in their current organizations. Using multiple linear regression, the findings revealed that among the 10 values, Intellectual-Achievement, Organizational, and Occupational work values had the most importance, and that all 10 work values had weak positive relationships towards organizational commitment.

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