SVD educational institutions’ organizational culture and its integration to the human resources practices
Keywords:Organizational Culture, Human Resource Practices, Values, SVD
The objective of this research is to determine the level of integration of 3 values namely integrity, commitment and corporate social responsibility which are part of SVD’s organizational culture to its 3 human resource activities namely hiring, training & development, and compensation and benefits The respondents of this research were employees of Divine Word College academic institutions located in different areas in the Philippines. A self-made questionnaire that was subjected to validity and reliability tests was distributed online and 405 questionnaires were retrieved. The collected data were processed and analyzed using SPSS 22.0. Results show that the 3 values are integrated into the 3 major human resource activities such that integrity, commitment, and corporate social responsibility are integrated into the hiring, training & development, and compensation and benefits.
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