This study investigated the level of organizational spirituality and people management practices in selected banks in Batangas City. It also looked into the significant differences between the responses of managers and their subordinates on the level of organizational spirituality and people management practices. This paper also investigated the extent of association between the constructs organizational spirituality and people management practices. The study used a self - structured questionnaire that focused on the ten best people management practices. It also used the Organizational Spirituality Assessment (Sanders, 2003) to describe the level of organizational spirituality of managers in selected banks. Results revealed that there are excellent practices of organizational spirituality among the bank managers and their subordinates reflecting a leadership style that enhances positive behavior of people towards business goals, and in the process, they earn the trust and respect of their customers. Bank managers have very good to excellent implementation of best practices on people management that develop the people’s skills, knowledge and attributes to improve the performance of their organizations. Another finding of this study is that the managers’ implementation of the best practices on people management is not in any way influenced by their level of spirituality.