Probing The Level Of Job Productivity Of Faculty Members In Public Universities

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The degree of productivity achieved by the faculty members can be evaluated based on how successfully they carry out the tasks assigned to them in terms of efficiency and effectiveness. This study aims to probe how productive faculty members are in their jobs at public universities. Quantitative research was the approach taken for this particular study of research methods. In particular, the correlational method was applied in this study. For this study, the quantitative research approach was chosen because it is the one that places the most emphasis on quantitative data. Specifically, this research topic was the job productivity of regular faculty members at public universities in the National Capital Region, Philippines, regarding instruction, facilities, and faculty development. The conclusion is that for faculty members to be effective and efficient in their teaching, they should have extremely high output rates, aside from experiencing an effective communication system.On the other hand, it was found that it had the lowest degree of work productivity in terms of rising tuition prices and the effect that this had on the teaching staff and students. It was found to have the lowest level of job productivity when it comes to the information from the administration on cost-saving initiatives that can take place inside the classroom. This was discovered. It is suggested that a promotion team be constituted to devise plans for the advancement and growth of the faculty. The government or universities should consider scholarship grants, financial assistance for conferences, seminars, training, and other forms of educational support.

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