International Journal of Research Studies in Management
CollabWritive Special Issue
2023 Volume 11 Issue 10
Available Online: 25 August 2023
Vizco, Hencel Shaira R.
Lyceum of the Philippines University – Batangas, Philippines (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This study assessed the professional commitment, determining the personal productivity, and assessing the quality of work life among employees which will serve as the basis for management development plan. It revealed that majority of the respondents were male faculty members, married, aged 51-60, with Bachelor’s Degree, and has 1-5 years of service. In terms of professional commitment, respondents strongly agreed in terms of commitment to teaching profession/ admin position, while they agreed on the professional commitment in terms of commitment to teaching/ admin position and commitment to work team. Aside from this, the participants strongly agreed on group/team dynamics and management, while they generally agreed on compensation, motivational techniques, and work environment in terms of personal productivity of faculty members and admin personnel. On the quality of work life per se, most of the respondents strongly agreed in terms of administrative support and career assistance, relations with colleagues and embracement of school, decent and fair wages and benefits, healthy work environment, and opportunities at work. There was significant difference on Commitment to Teaching/ Admin Position when grouped according to sex since male are more committed than female; significant difference on motivational techniques and management when grouped according to designation were observed; lastly, results vary on Administrative Support and Career assistance, Relations with colleagues and embracement of school and Decent and fair wages and benefits. Moreover, there is a highly significant relationship among professional commitment, personal productivity and quality of work life. Lastly, an employee development plan was proposed to strengthen the professional commitment, personal productivity, and quality of work life among employees of Maritime Higher Education Institutions (MHEIs).
Keywords: professional commitment, personal productivity, quality of work life, employees, maritime institutions
Cite this article:
Vizco, H. S. R. (2023). Professional commitment, personal productivity and quality of work life among employees of maritime higher education institutions. International Journal of Research Studies in Management, 11(10), 47-59. https://doi.org/10.5861/ijrsm.2023.1126