Event Title

EXISTENCE-RELATEDNESS-GROWTH (ERG) FACTORS: THE LINK BETWEEN EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION AND JOB SATISFACTION

Session

Education and Development

Description

Employees’ work motivation and job satisfaction are topics under constant investigations. However, previous researches fail to examine its correlation focusing on the education sector especially as we face transition brought about by COVID-19 pandemic period. It is in this context that this research aimed to determine the link between the given variables as applied in DepEd-Bayawan City Division. An explanatory sequential strategy or a mixed of quantitative and qualitative methods was utilized for data collection while descriptive analysis and mean ranking techniques were used for explaining the results. The findings indicated that DepEd personnel perceived work motivation to a very great extent while they demonstrated a high level of job satisfaction among existence, relatedness, and growth factors. In addition, the study revealed that timely pay compensations, satisfactory work conditions, and in-service education are the most influential indicators and that positive correlation also exists between employees’ work motivation and job satisfaction.

Keywords:

employee motivation, job satisfaction, Department of Education

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-550-47-5

Location

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

Start Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

End Date

30-10-2021 12:00 AM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2021.432

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EXISTENCE-RELATEDNESS-GROWTH (ERG) FACTORS: THE LINK BETWEEN EMPLOYEE MOTIVATION AND JOB SATISFACTION

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

Employees’ work motivation and job satisfaction are topics under constant investigations. However, previous researches fail to examine its correlation focusing on the education sector especially as we face transition brought about by COVID-19 pandemic period. It is in this context that this research aimed to determine the link between the given variables as applied in DepEd-Bayawan City Division. An explanatory sequential strategy or a mixed of quantitative and qualitative methods was utilized for data collection while descriptive analysis and mean ranking techniques were used for explaining the results. The findings indicated that DepEd personnel perceived work motivation to a very great extent while they demonstrated a high level of job satisfaction among existence, relatedness, and growth factors. In addition, the study revealed that timely pay compensations, satisfactory work conditions, and in-service education are the most influential indicators and that positive correlation also exists between employees’ work motivation and job satisfaction.