Well-Being and Performance of the Teaching Employees of the University of Bohol

Jerome M. Magallen



Well-being in this study comprises of the elements such as feeling good, experiencing positive relationships, well-functioning in the day-to-day undertakings and at par with the different dimensions of well-being. The researcher saw the need to assess the well-being of teaching employees in relation to their work performance. The study made use of the descriptive type of survey using the questionnaire as the primary instrument for gathering data from the targeted respondents. The researcher also made use of the evaluation of teaching performance from the deans and the office heads, and the respondents of the study were the 160 teaching employees of the University of Bohol from the eleven colleges. The findings revealed that out of the eight dimensions of well=being, six were descriptively rated Always and only two were rated Often. The findings in this study showed that out of eight dimensions of well-being, six were descriptively rated Always which means Excellent well-being, namely, Spiritual, 4.55,  Intellectual/Mental, Occupational, 4.41, Emotional 4.38, Social and Financial; and only two were descriptively rated Often which means Very Good well-being namely: Environmental, 4.15 and Physical, 3.86. This yielded to the fact that their perceived well-being have a positive result. The highest rated composite mean among the respondents is Spiritual Dimension while the lowest rated composite mean is the Physical Dimension. As to the performance of the teaching employees is also noted to have been highly positive as the result showed a majority of teaching employees has an Excellent performance.



 Human Resource, well-being, performance, t-test for uncorrelated means, Tagbilaran City, Philippines

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1563/ub.mrj.v3i1.24

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