HomeCollege of Nursing Faculty Research Journalvol. 1 no. 1 (2010)

Work Values and Job Performance of Clinical Instructors of Davao Doctors College of Nursing: Basis for an Enhancement Program

Fritzie P. Lepiten | Jim C. Ofonda

Discipline: Education



The purpose of this research study is to determine whether or not there is a significant relationship between the work values and job performance of Clinical Instructors of the College of Nursing at the Davao Doctors College. The participants of this study are the seventy (70) Clinical Instructors (CIs) whose job performance had been evaluated by nursing students in the school year 2007-2008. Instruments used were the following: (1) self-made questionnaire administered to the CIs for them to rate the degree by which work values enhances their job performance; (2) the standardized Students’ Evaluation to get the secondary data on the job performance of the CIs. The findings of the research study revealed that: (1) the work values of Baby Boomers was that it “Greatly Enhances Job Performance” while the work values of Generation Xers and Mellineals showed that it just “Enhances Job Performance” (2) the mean value on the job performance of Baby Boomers, Generation Xers and Mellineals was High, (3) the relationship between the Baby Boomers’ work values and their job performance is not significant; while the relationship between the Generation Xers’ work values and their job performance is significant; the computed r-value of the relationship between the Millennials’ work values and their job is not significant; the overall relationship between the CIs of all generations’ work values and their job performance is significant.