Professional Skills and Work Ethics of Selected Faculty in a Local College

John Mark R. Asio, Erin E. Riego de Dios, April Mercy E. Lapuz
2019 Zenodo  
Professionalism and ethicality in the institution are fundamental in running an organization. It aims to assess the professional skills and work ethics of some selected faculty of a local college in Central Luzon. A descriptive-correlational design was used, and we also used a convenience sampling technique in this study. A self-made questionnaire was made which focuses on the two major aspects of the research the professional skills with seven indicators and the work ethics with five
more » ... with five indicators. After the survey, the data were subjected to statistical treatment using SPSS 20 and the following results were got: the respondent was a College of Education Arts and Sciences (CEAS) instructor, aged between 36 years old and above, female, single, with MA/MS units, with teaching experience of 1-5 years and a Roman Catholic by belief. For professional skills and work ethics, the respondents were Very Good in all the indicators. There were no significant differences in the professional skills of the respondents when grouped according to the demographic profile, however, with work ethics, there were significant findings in terms of sex and college. A relationship exists between professional skills and the work ethics of the respondents. We observed the same between work ethics, sex, and college. Based on the results of the study, recommendations were given and proposed.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3980626 fatcat:aljlsdtjqjdwhauzhbwux2ve3q