Work performance of adults diagnosed with alcohol use disorder in selected rehabilitation centers in Tagaytay City

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Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy


Alcoholism, Work Performance


This study is particularly aimed to determine the work compliance in terms of absences and tardiness of the respondents. A descriptive quantitative research design was utilized in this study where in the researchers used non-probability purposive sampling method. A total number of 50 participants from three (3) selected rehabilitation centers took part in this study. The inclusion criterion for this study includes male and female inpatients and outpatients alcohol use disorder who are undergoing rehabilitation at the selected rehabilitation centers in Tagaytay City and have a history of employment in any line of work during the time they have been experiencing the symptoms of alcohol use disorder or patients that were still working despite having been diagnosed. The respondents' age must also be 20 years old and above, including those who were studying and working at the same time. Summation Notation and Central Tendency (mean) were the statistical tool used in presenting the information gathered by the researchers. The study shows that alcohol use disorder slightly affected 13 components of work performance namely job knowledge, quality of work, quantity of work, responsibility and dependability, attendance and punctuality, interpersonal relations, effective use of time, initiative, service orientation, professional, respect, cooperation, and excellence. Majority of the respondents were able to do their job quite well.

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