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Human Resource Management Practices among Private Schools in Cebu City

International Journal of Science and Management Studies (IJSMS)
© 2022 by IJSMS Journal
Volume-5 Issue-6
Year of Publication : 2022
Authors : Dr. Janice Cempron, Dr. Glenn R. Andrin, Dr. Liza Chua
DOI: 10.51386/25815946/ijsms-v5i6p107
Citation:
MLA Style: Dr. Janice Cempron, Dr. Glenn R. Andrin, Dr. Liza Chua "Human Resource Management Practices among Private Schools in Cebu City" International Journal of Science and Management Studies (IJSMS) V5.I6 (2022): 66-80.

APA Style: Dr. Janice Cempron, Dr. Glenn R. Andrin, Dr. Liza Chua, Human Resource Management Practices among Private Schools in Cebu City, International Journal of Science and Management Studies (IJSMS), v5(i6), 66-80.
Abstract:
This study evaluates the Human Resources Management Practices in selected private schools in Cebu City. Findings serve as basis for a proposed improvement program. This study employs a descriptive survey design to determine the perceptions of employees on the human resource development program among private schools. The profile of the respondents will be tested for relationship with the level of effectiveness of the human resources management practices. The perceptions of the respondents will be tested for differences. Effectiveness of Achieving Goal gained the highest level of effectiveness while HR Competencies lowest level of effectiveness among the 3 dimensions. This would mean that the respondents that came from the different schools made a high level of perceptions on the effectiveness on achieving goal. There is a significant degree of variance on the analysis of variance on the perceptions of the employees on the evaluation of the human resource development program of the school in terms of championing employees. A closer view revealed that Effectiveness of Achieving Goal gained the highest level of effectiveness while HR Competencies lowest level of effectiveness among the 3 dimensions. This would mean that the respondents that came from the different schools made a high level of perceptions on the effectiveness on achieving goal. Based on the findings of this study, it is recommended that a Human Resource Development Program will be implemented in order to increase the level of effectiveness of private schools in achieving its goals and the process of delivery of products and services as these will serve as benchmarks for improvement of administrative expertise, nurture and develop employees to its full potential for them to become passionate, effective and innovative non-teaching staff.
Keywords: Human Resources Management, descriptive-survey design, Administrative Expertise, Pearson r-product of moment correlation, Cebu City, Philippines .
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