Oliver Richard C. Celi, BSICS
Jenifer L. Kuadli, BSC Bus Econ
Joseph Rene P. Pascua, BSICS
Marilou B. Sannadan, MAED Psych
This descriptive-correlation study aimed to determine the level of job satisfaction and job performance of the faculty members and non–teaching personnel of the University of Baguio. It further sought to determine if there are significant differences between the level of job satisfaction of the faculty and non-teaching personnel according to their: (a) years of service, (b) educational attainment and (c) age. It likewise intended to unearth what relationship existed between job satisfaction and job performance of the respondents. There were 220 faculty and non-teaching personnel, out of the 756 employees for SY 2008–2009, who partook in the study. Results revealed that both the faculty and non-teaching personnel are satisfied with their job. Likewise, both groups of employees were found to be performing their jobs within standard level. It was also found that both groups of respondents were dissatisfied with the differences in the pay rate among the jobs in the University whereas both were very satisfied with the utilization of their abilities. In addition, the faculty members were also very satisfied with their relationship with their co-workers. Having the opportunity to develop their skill and abilities is very important among the faculty and non-teaching personnel which affected to a great extent their performance. Further analysis of data disclosed that years of service, educational attainment and age do not necessarily affect the job satisfaction of both the faculty and non–teaching personnel in the University. Moreover, no significant relationship existed between the job satisfaction and job performance of both UB employees which appears that, in this case, job satisfaction is not predictive of performance and vice versa.
Source: UB Research Journal, Vol. XXXIII, No. 2, July – December 2009