HomeSMCC Higher Education Research Journalvol. 7 no. 1 (2020)

Correlates of Job Performance of School Heads in Selected Schools

Lorna B. Regala

Discipline: Education, Management



In the world of work job performance is widely acknowledged yet largely misunderstood. The study aimed to determine the correlates on the job performance of School Heads in selected schools of Bayugan City Division for the School Year 2017 – 2018. The study used a descriptive research design. There were 137 respondents of the study who were taken as complete enumeration. The findings of the study disclosed that personal issues was rated as “Frequent” which explains that the School Heads were frequently showing a humble behavior and good moral character, good reputation with credible integrity, faith in God, honest and sincere. Job suitability was rated as “Frequent” which explains that the School Heads were frequently fitted to tackle works, have appropriate qualification for managerial work, possess knowledge and skills in directing and guiding the teachers, and confidence in performing the duties and functions. It is recommended that the School Heads should be more creative in solving problems of the teachers. They should improve the school environment to have a good working condition. They should be more compassionate and kind to teachers. They should improve their expertise in solving problems relative to administrative matters. They should always attend job training that leads them to be more creative in making program plan of action. The School Heads should be promoted and diligent in preparing budget for the physical facilities development of the school.