Event Title

SCHOOL HEADS’ OPCR VIS-À-VIS TEACHERS’ IPCR: AN ASSESSMENT ON PERSONNEL PROFILE AND JOB PERFORMANCE

Session

Education and Development

Description

The study determined the relationship between the school heads’ extent of performance management on OPCRF-KRAs vis-à-vis the teachers’ level of employee engagement on IPCRF-KRAs as an assessment of personnel profile and job performance conducted in the 30 Public Elementary Schools of Bayawan City Division for SY 2018-2019. It made used of the descriptive-correlational research design. The survey instruments respectively covered the School Heads’ OPCRF and Teachers’ IPCRF five Key Result Areas (KRAs). The respondents were the 30 school heads and 30 teachers’ league presidents for the OPCRF as well as 90 teachers for the IPCRF. It utilized percentage, weighted mean, mean, mann whitney u test, kruskall-wallis test, and spearman rank correlation coefficient. The salient findings revealed that school heads’ performance management on OPCRF was “very high” while the teachers’ employee engagement on IPCRF was “high” as perceived by the school heads and “very high” as assessed by the teachers. The job performance ratings of both the school heads and the teachers based on the RPMS-OPCRF-IPCRF were at “very satisfactory” levels. There is no significant relationship between the school heads’ performance management and office job performance while strong and significant relationship was found between the teachers’ engagement and individual job performance. There is also a significant difference on the performance management and employee engagement when respondents are grouped according to educational attainment, level of seminars attended, and position held. Finally, findings reveal no significant relationship between the school heads’ performance management on OPCRF and the teachers’ employee engagement on IPCRF.

Keywords:

performance management, employee engagement, school heads’ OPCRF, teachers’ IPCRF, job performance, 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.2021.462

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SCHOOL HEADS’ OPCR VIS-À-VIS TEACHERS’ IPCR: AN ASSESSMENT ON PERSONNEL PROFILE AND JOB PERFORMANCE

UBT Kampus, Lipjan

The study determined the relationship between the school heads’ extent of performance management on OPCRF-KRAs vis-à-vis the teachers’ level of employee engagement on IPCRF-KRAs as an assessment of personnel profile and job performance conducted in the 30 Public Elementary Schools of Bayawan City Division for SY 2018-2019. It made used of the descriptive-correlational research design. The survey instruments respectively covered the School Heads’ OPCRF and Teachers’ IPCRF five Key Result Areas (KRAs). The respondents were the 30 school heads and 30 teachers’ league presidents for the OPCRF as well as 90 teachers for the IPCRF. It utilized percentage, weighted mean, mean, mann whitney u test, kruskall-wallis test, and spearman rank correlation coefficient. The salient findings revealed that school heads’ performance management on OPCRF was “very high” while the teachers’ employee engagement on IPCRF was “high” as perceived by the school heads and “very high” as assessed by the teachers. The job performance ratings of both the school heads and the teachers based on the RPMS-OPCRF-IPCRF were at “very satisfactory” levels. There is no significant relationship between the school heads’ performance management and office job performance while strong and significant relationship was found between the teachers’ engagement and individual job performance. There is also a significant difference on the performance management and employee engagement when respondents are grouped according to educational attainment, level of seminars attended, and position held. Finally, findings reveal no significant relationship between the school heads’ performance management on OPCRF and the teachers’ employee engagement on IPCRF.