Organizational culture and human resource practices of the SVD educational institutions in the Philippines
Understanding its integration and implementation
Keywords:HR policy, Organizational Culture, SVD Educational Institutions
Organizations regardless of type, structure, size, among other factors may have similar foundations in the development of HR policy but applicable factors for consideration may vary. Among the most common factor in the development of an HR policy is the culture of the organization. In making sure that the DWEA core values are working within the person in SVD educational institutions, it became the aim of this study to come up with an HR model that would be functional and best support the vision, mission, and goals of all Northern, Central and Southern SVD schools in the Philippines. Specifically, this study determined the level of integration and implementation of organizational leadership and excellence towards 3 HR practices namely: employee relations, performance appraisal, and work-life balance. While the results show that organizational leadership and excellence are integrated and implemented in the 3 human resource practices namely employee relations, performance appraisal, and work like balance, it is highly recommended that the administrators of the different SVD educational institutions must review the integration of the moderately rated practices in its employee relations, performance appraisal, and work-life balance in order to recalibrate its existing systems. Furthermore, those integrated but moderately implemented should likewise be appraised for full implementation.
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