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· Volume IV Issue II


The study undertaken determined the workplace relationship and performance of teachers in Jasaan Disrict, Division of Misamis Oriental. A total of two hundred (200) teachers were the respondents of the study.

The study answered the following problems: 1.) the profile of the respondents in terms of age, sex, highest educational qualification, position and teaching experience; 2.) the teachers’ workplace relationships based on communication, trust, mindfulness, welcome diversity; 3.) the level of teachers’ performance in terms of commitment to work, preparation of instructional materials, productivity and teaching strategies; 4.) the significance difference in the respondents’ workplace relationship and their performance when grouped according to their profile; 5.) and the significant relationship on teachers’ performance when grouped according to their profile.

The instruments utilized in the study were adapted and modified from Magallanes. It is composed of three parts. Part I contained the respondents’ profile. Part II is composed on teachers’ workplace relationship while Part III was on teachers’ performance. Descriptive correlation method of research was employed. Descriptive statistics such as frequency distribution, percentage, mean and standard deviation were used to describe the variables of the study. T- test was used in determining the significant between the variables. Pearson r was applied in determining the significant relationship and performance of teachers when grouped according to their profile.

As to the findings, the correlation matrix revealed that sex, highest educational attainment and position have significant relationship to workplace relationship. While age and work experience are not significant when in relation to mindfulness. In addition, teachers’ profiles have significant difference in all aspects of work performance. For the recommendations, DepEd should conduct trainings to teachers to improve the workplace relationship and teachers’ performance.

Keywords: Workplace Relationship, Teachers’ Performance

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