The current study examined the self-efficacy of the selected underemployed workers in Lipa City which degree was predicted by the Self- Discrepancy Scale and their work resilience which degree was predicted by the Resilience Scale and its implications to an employee development program. The study presented 104 underemployed workers from Lipa City wherein 35 of them were call center agents, 22 were office staffs; 15 were mall staffs, 13 were bank tellers, 8 were clerks, 8 were production, and 3 were supervisors; who graduated with BS Business Administration, BS Information Technology, BS Computer Studies, BS Nursing, AB English, Psychology, BS Commerce, Engineering, Radiologic Technology, BS Education, Communication Arts, Tourism, BS HRM, BS Accountancy, BS Criminology, BS Agriculture, and BS Automotive college degree; and they were selected using chain referral or snowball sampling. Results revealed that the way a person perceives himself/ herself does not directly affect their resiliency at work. The researcher likewise presented some possible activities to enhance employee development. Furthermore, the results of this study lead to one’s understanding of having a positive attitude and perception about own self and improve one’s ability to cope up with adversity.