Relationship between the perceived level of cohesiveness and job performance of radiologic technologists in selected private hospitals in Manila, Laguna and Cavite
Date of Completion
Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology
Job Performance, Cohesiveness, Radiologic Technologists
This study utilized the descriptive correlation method involving 366 respondents who were chosen using purposive sampling. After the approval of the respective hospitals, consent forms were given with the questionnaires to the respondents. Pearson’s product moment correlation, percentage distribution, mean, standard deviation, t-test for independent means and ANOVA were the statistical measures used in the study. The results were the following: (1) most of the respondents were 21-30 years old, male, single, serves their respective hospitals for one (1) to three (3) years and with a salary of Php10,001 to 20,000; (2) the respondents have a high perceived level of cohesiveness; (3) the respondents have an excellent job performance; (4) the respondents have high level of cohesiveness regardless of their age, monthly income, years of service and civil status. On the other hand, gender is significantly related to the level of cohesiveness. Male respondents have higher level of cohesiveness than female respondents; (5) age, gender, monthly income, years of service and civil status are not significantly related to the job performance of the respondents; (6) there is a moderately positive relationship between the respondents’ cohesiveness and job performance. Respondents who have a high level of cohesiveness tend to have better job performance. Increased level of cohesiveness is a significant predictor of job performance.
Bajo, J. R.,
De Leon, E. O.,
Delgado, R. A.,
Olivares, J. E.
Relationship between the perceived level of cohesiveness and job performance of radiologic technologists in selected private hospitals in Manila, Laguna and Cavite.
Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Technology.
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