The Extrinsic Motivational Factors to the Job Performance, Job Productivity and Job Satisfaction of Public Secondary Teachers in the Division of Parañaque City

Authors

  • Mecmack A. Nartea
  • Catherine R. Llave
  • Anjanette Rodriguez

Keywords:

teacher, extrinsic motivation, high school

Abstract

The high school life of the student is one of the memorable stages of their life. The people who entered their life in this stage are their teachers who have the most significant contribution to them. According to Amjah (2013), teachers are trying hard as they could to meet student needs in learning. (Taber 2010) The key role of the teacher is to teach, which can be understood as meaning. This study aimed to determine the extrinsic motivational factors that affect the performance, productivity, and satisfaction of Secondary teachers in Parañaque City in their jobs. This study found out that training and development has a relationship to the job performance, job productivity, and job satisfaction of then teachers. Interpersonal management of the institution is one area that the teachers are looking for, for them to motivate in their jobs. The Division office may consider evaluating their environment and facilities as it has a relationship to the job performance, job productivity, and job satisfaction of the teachers. Promotion found out to be one of the extrinsic factors that made the teachers motivated in their jobs. Incentives have a relationship to the job performance, job productivity, and job satisfaction of the teachers. Employee related factors are the teachers’ looking forward to them to become more determined in their jobs.

Published

2019-04-18