HomeSMCC Higher Education Research Journal (Business Administration Journal)vol. 1 no. 1 (2019)

Level of Implementation of Human Resource Management Policies and Work Behavior of Employees of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Gingoog City

Marites M Enero



Human Resource Policies are continuing guidelines on the approach an organization. The study focused on the level of implementation of the human resource management policies and the work behavior. The respondents of the study were the rank and file employees of DENR, Gingoog City, Philippines. The descriptive correlational research design was used in the study. Male overshadows female rank and file employees of DENR, Gingoog field office. It was found out that the soft side of human resource management policy implementation such as placement and motivation is not as pressing compared to the employee recruitment and selection, and employee development. Furthermore, in employee development side, the office is not enthusiastic on studying employees’ job satisfactions, less intense in implementing anti-bullying law and implementing anti sexual harassment law. There is proper observance of work behavior in terms of professionalism, communication, cognition, technology and social components. Rank and file employees value work, are team player, are technology advocate, and observe social norms in the work place and even outside of office functions. The work behavior of rank and file employees is not directly attributed by the stringent execution of human resource management policies. Workers behave as expected and the consciousness that they are being assessed and monitored through the Strategic Performance Management System is heightened.