Professional Development, Organizational Climate, Supervisory Rapport and Overall Satisfaction of Employees: An Attitudinal Study

Published: 1 August 2020| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/szckgpyrd3.2
John Mark Asio, Edward Jimenez


This study aimed to analyze the professional development, organizational climate, supervisory rapport, and overall satisfaction of employees from a local higher education institution in Central Luzon, Philippines. This study made use of a descriptive-correlational design with an adapted and modified survey questionnaire as an instrument and selected sixty-five (65) respondents using a convenience sampling technique. The paper utilized SPSS 20 to treat the gathered data with the use of the following statistical tools: frequency, percentage, weighted mean, t-test, ANOVA, and Pearson-r. The study generated the following results: the employees unanimously agreed on the contexts and concepts presented in the three variables of the study namely, professional development, organizational climate, and supervisory rapport. Moreover, they responded favorably about their job satisfaction. In addition, there are significant findings observed as regards to professional development, organizational climate and supervisory rapport of the employees when grouped according to demographic profiles. Furthermore, there is substantial evidence of relationships observed among demographic profile, professional development, organizational climate, supervisory rapport, and overall satisfaction. With the foregoing results, the researchers recommended suggestions to promote organizational development among employees.



Organizational Behavior, Leadership, Administrative Management