Publisher: University of Calabar

Policy For Improving Competitiveness of The Government Workers: It’S Performance

Amelia Girly L. Aranas, Bpa., Mpa., Dpa., Ph.d.
KEYWORDS: teaching competencies; professionalism; professional competence; supervisory competence; leadership skills; and personal characteristics

ABSTRACT:

Human resources are an agency’s most valuable asset. They define the efficiency, effectiveness and over-all quality of service in any industry. The government sector is no exception. The need to establish an effective system that accurately evaluates the performance of its workers for the purpose of determining tenure, transfers or promotions, and appropriate incentives is of absolute urgency. The purpose of this study is to determine the performance management system in the College of Arts and Sciences, Cebu Technological University-Main Campus, Cebu City for the Academic Year 2010-2012. Specifically: to examine the performance appraisal report of the faculty: as to teaching competencies; professionalism; and services to the college and the community; supervisor: as to professional competence; supervisory competence; leadership skills; and personal characteristics; students/clientele: as to management; and performance. The descriptive-qualitative fish-bowl method was utilized in this study. Our study indicates that based on the implementation, the Cebu Technological University-Main Campus particularly College of Arts and Sciences, Very Satisfactorily Complied the variables indicated as success indicator of the Performance Management System (PMS) for the Academic Year 2010-2012.

Human resources are an agency’s most valuable asset. They define the efficiency, effectiveness and over-all
quality of service in any industry. The government sector is no exception. The need to establish an effective
system that accurately evaluates the performance of its workers for the purpose of determining tenure,
transfers or promotions, and appropriate incentives is of absolute urgency. The purpose of this study is to
determine the performance management system in the College of Arts and Sciences, Cebu Technological
University-Main Campus, Cebu City for the Academic Year 2010-2012. Specifically: to examine the
performance appraisal report of the faculty: as to teaching competencies; professionalism; and services to
the college and the community; supervisor: as to professional competence; supervisory competence;
leadership skills; and personal characteristics; students/clientele: as to management; and performance. The
descriptive-qualitative fish-bowl method was utilized in this study. Our study indicates that based on the
implementation, the Cebu Technological University-Main Campus particularly College of Arts and Sciences,
Very Satisfactorily Complied the variables indicated as success indicator of the Performance Management
System (PMS) for the Academic Year 2010-2012.


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