Stress-Related Factors And Performance Of Academic Officials In A University

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Juan O. Abarro


The purpose of the study was to identify the factors that contributed to academic officials of the University of Rizal System's stress and performance during the 2018-2019 school year. The research was carried out at the University of Rizal System, with twenty (20) deans and forty-two (42) program heads participating. It made use of the Questionnaire Checklist that is created to answer the study's objectives. According to the study, variables such as human, material, and financial resources, administrative matters, and discharging roles cause moderate stress to university academic officials. Most of them received a "Very Satisfactory" overall rating and participated in one (1) extension project with limited research. Furthermore, there was no significant relationship between the variables that cause stress, such as human, material, and financial resources, administrative issues, discharging roles, academic officials' overall work performance, research conduct, and extension. The study found that variables such as human, material, financial, and administrative resources and discharging roles can cause moderate stress among university academic officials but have no effect on their overall performance or performance in research and instruction.

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