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Pages: 8185-8193
Publication year: 2015
ISBN: 978-84-606-8243-1
ISSN: 2340-1117

Conference name: 7th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies
Dates: 6-8 July, 2015
Location: Barcelona, Spain

EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE, JOB SATISFACTION AND JOB PERFORMANCE OF THE FACULTY MEMBERS OF STATE COLLEGES IN THE PROVINCES OF ANTIQUE AND ILOILO

M. Arib

Northern Iloilo Polytechnic State College Concepcion Campus (PHILIPPINES)
The study was conducted to determine the level of emotional intelligence, job satisfaction and job performance of state colleges in the Provinces of Antique and Iloilo. It further aimed to determine if they are significantly related to one another. The study also sought to determine the profile of these faculty members according to sex, age, civil status, academic rank and length of service, and if those characteristics are related to the faculty members’ emotional intelligence, job satisfaction and job performance.

It was hypothesized that the faculty members’ emotional intelligence, job satisfaction and performance significantly vary according to sex, age, civil status, academic rank and length of service. It was also predicted that these faculty’s personal and work related characteristics are significantly related to the level of emotional intelligence, job satisfaction and job performance. It was hypothesized further that emotional intelligence is significantly related to job satisfaction, then job satisfaction is significantly associated with job performance and job performance is significantly related with emotional intelligence. Furthermore, it was also contended that the significant relationship of emotional intelligence and job performance; and job and personal and work-related characteristics exist even when job satisfaction controlled.

In general, the faculty members were satisfied with their teaching job with highest mean of satisfaction in their increasingly good attitude toward their job, immediate head and employer. Yet, majority expressed dissatisfaction in promotion policies as mostly believed they were passed up for a promotion.

As a whole group, a great majority of the faculty members had very satisfactory job performance while a considerable member had outstanding rating.
Only in academic rank that the emotional intelligence of the faculty members significantly varied and found to be significantly related. On the other hand, only sex was significantly related to the job satisfaction although the job satisfaction significantly varied when group according to sex, civil status, and academic rank. When it comes to the faculty’s job performance, only the academic rank once again was found to be significantly related with it. But both academic rank and civil status caused a significance difference in the faculty’s performance rating.

The findings further disclosed that there was a highly significant relationship between the respondents’ level of emotional intelligence and job satisfaction, and so job satisfaction and job performance thus accepting the alternative hypothesis. This study failed to establish the significant relationship between emotional intelligence and job performance therefore rejecting the alternative hypothesis.

This study further tried to determine relationship between emotional intelligence and job performance, and so with personal and work-related characteristics by controlling job satisfaction. It failed, leading to a conclusion that the relationships between the mentioned variables have, they can be explained by the faculty’s job satisfaction.
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author = {Arib, M.},
title = {EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE, JOB SATISFACTION AND JOB PERFORMANCE OF THE FACULTY MEMBERS OF STATE COLLEGES IN THE PROVINCES OF ANTIQUE AND ILOILO},
series = {7th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies},
booktitle = {EDULEARN15 Proceedings},
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M. Arib (2015) EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE, JOB SATISFACTION AND JOB PERFORMANCE OF THE FACULTY MEMBERS OF STATE COLLEGES IN THE PROVINCES OF ANTIQUE AND ILOILO, EDULEARN15 Proceedings, pp. 8185-8193.
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