HomeAni: Letran Calamba Research Reportvol. 3 no. 1 (2016)

THE ROLE OF COMMUNICATION STYLES ON ORGANIZATIONAL CITIZENSHIP BEHAVIOR AND WORK ATTITUDES OF SELECTED MILLENIAL TEACHERS

Shara Joyce E. . Cruzat | Dianna A. . Prestoza | Nichaela A. . Regalado | Jerome F. . Villadares

 

Abstract:

This quantitative research aimed to measure the role of communication styles on organizational citizenship behavior and work attitudes of selected millennial teachers of Mayapa Elementary School, E. Barretto Sr. Elementary School and Calamba Elementary School. It intended to: 1) identify the demographic profile of the respondents in terms of age, civil status and length of service, 2) determine the significant relationship between the communication style and the organizational citizenship behavior and work attitudes Calamba Elementary School, E. Barretto Sr. Elementary School, and Mayapa Elementary School as perceived by the respondents, and 3) determine the implications drawn from the study in terms of the teachers’ instruction and classroom management, time management and relationship with the pupils.