Performance Management System of a Security Agency in the PhilippinesAuthor : Jay Amistoso, Jonathan O. Etcuban, Eddie Llamedo, Judy Ann Gimena, Dennis Capuyan and Bernabe Lumantas
Volume 8 No.2 April-June 2019 pp 14-21
The human asset is for the most part acclaimed as the most significant asset. It is through the human asset that an organization can make the most advising commitment to its aggressive edge and eventually, its main concern gainfulness or acknowledgment of its destinations. The study determined the performance management practices of a Security Agency in Cebu, Philippines. The study used a descriptive correlational design. The respondents were the 131 respondents consisted of security guards, security officers, head guards, and shifts-in-charge. They were advised to answer the researcher-made questionnaire. The accumulated information was investigated utilizing recurrence, straightforward rate, weighted mean, and Chi-square trial of autonomy. The discoveries uncovered that most of the respondents assessed that performance management was highly practiced as to commitment and target setting, performance appraisal, monitoring and evaluation, and developmental intervention. It was concluded that the level of best practices and administration of performance management practices is highly practiced as managers continuously conduct monitoring on their plans and actions in order to maintain effectiveness and efficiency in carrying out the functions of the management. The researchers recommend the adoption and implementation of the proposed performance management system manual.
Social Science, Performance, Descriptive Method, Philippines
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