Title

The relationship of health programs and benefits to job satisfaction of workers in a selected industrial company in Cavite

Date of Completion

1998

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Keywords

Job Satisfaction, Health Education, Occupational Groups

Abstract

The study utilized the descriptive design. A sample of 128 respondents comprising of selected workers from Berlei-Hestia Philippines at Dasmarinas, Cavite were drawn using convenience sampling. A questionnaire formulated by the researcher was used to obtain the data. The statistical tests applied were percentage, mean, ANOVA via f-ratio and Correlation Coefficient Analysis. The following conclusions were drawn: 1) Out of the 128 respondents, workers in Berlei-Hestia Philippines find satisfaction with the company's health programs and benefits; 2) The respondents find satisfaction with the company's health programs and benefits regardless of age, sex, civil status, and years in service; 3) Among the groups of workers according to work area, two (2) departments find the health programs and benefits provided by the company to be poor while the rest of the groups report satisfaction.

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