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Job Satisfaction and Work Adjustment Challenges of Teachers along with their Work Performance


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The teacher, a vital element of the teaching-learning process, faces various work-related problems such as work adjustment. Knowing their adjustment challenges, job satisfaction and work performance are of significance to ensure higher work satisfaction and performance. This is the very purpose of the conduct of this quantitative research. This research employed descriptive and correlational research design and data were collected through a survey method having 52 Senior High School teacher-respondents from four Senior High School centers in the Municipality of Narra. The reliability of the 30-items survey questionnaire was analyzed and the Cronbach’s alpha (α=0.899) showed that it reached the acceptable reliability. The findings imply that recreation facilities are not an issue on teachers’ work adjustment, on the contrary, personally- and professionally-inclined challenges matter. Also, the level of job satisfaction among teachers is fair while their work performance is very satisfactory. Furthermore, the results revealed that the relationships between and among teachers’ work adjustment challenges, job satisfaction, and performance are weak and insignificant. Samples used in this study do not equally represent all the SHS teachers in the Schools Division of Palawan, thus, the use of larger or wider representative variables is essential to accurately measure the class of determinants.


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Adjustment Factors, Job Satisfaction, Teachers, Work Performance
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Mark G. Javillonar
Palawan State University and Narra National High School, Philippines

Abstract


The teacher, a vital element of the teaching-learning process, faces various work-related problems such as work adjustment. Knowing their adjustment challenges, job satisfaction and work performance are of significance to ensure higher work satisfaction and performance. This is the very purpose of the conduct of this quantitative research. This research employed descriptive and correlational research design and data were collected through a survey method having 52 Senior High School teacher-respondents from four Senior High School centers in the Municipality of Narra. The reliability of the 30-items survey questionnaire was analyzed and the Cronbach’s alpha (α=0.899) showed that it reached the acceptable reliability. The findings imply that recreation facilities are not an issue on teachers’ work adjustment, on the contrary, personally- and professionally-inclined challenges matter. Also, the level of job satisfaction among teachers is fair while their work performance is very satisfactory. Furthermore, the results revealed that the relationships between and among teachers’ work adjustment challenges, job satisfaction, and performance are weak and insignificant. Samples used in this study do not equally represent all the SHS teachers in the Schools Division of Palawan, thus, the use of larger or wider representative variables is essential to accurately measure the class of determinants.


Keywords


Adjustment Factors, Job Satisfaction, Teachers, Work Performance