Asian Review of Social Sciences (ARSS)
Responsiveness on Equal Work Opportunity in PhilippinesAuthor : Raymond Mangumpit, Jonathan O. Etcuban, Eddie Llamedo, Judy Ann F. Gimena and Annie U. Tan
Volume 8 No.3 July-December 2019 pp 32-36
This work showed the study of the responsiveness of equal opportunity provisions for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender in an information technology logistics company, Cebu, Philippines. The study employed the descriptive-correlational design using a researcher made questionnaire. The respondents were the 91 diverse employees from the various departments. The gathered data were treated using a weighted mean and Chi-square test of independence. The study revealed that the company moderately responded to the equal opportunity provisions for LGBT. It is concluded that makes an inclusive environment will draw better candidates for open positions and hold top talent longer.
Work Oppurtunity, Equal Oppurtunity, Responsiveness
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