The research described and analyzed the job stability and satisfaction of agency-hired employees in a The study aimed to determine the relationship between job stability level on the satisfaction level of agency-hired employees in a GOCC and the level of job stability among the employees in terms of job performance and employee turnover intent.
The research utilized quantitative correlational research and simple random sampling technique which was conducted in a GOCC located in Brgy. Halang, Calamba, Laguna with AHEs of a GOCC in Brgy. Halang, Calamba City, Laguna as the respondents of the study. A questionnaire was used for the gathering of quantitative data and utilized mean and Pearson r for the analysis of data.
The study showed that the level of job stability in terms of turnover intent had a slight correlation with the AHEs’ satisfaction in a GOCC in terms of pay and benefits and training and development, while potential for personal growth and work-life balance had a moderate correlation with the employee turnover intent.
In conclusion, the research found that AHEs have a very stable job performance in general and that they receive acceptable pay but believe that there are still some ways that the GOCC can do to improve the benefits provided in terms of insurance for the employees. The performance of AHEs is not associated with the employees’ satisfaction at work and vice versa and that a proposed action plan may help in enhancing their job stability and satisfaction by focusing on the implementation of the activities and strategies proposed for the improvement of the identified Key Results Areas. The established action plan proposed strategies and activities for each of the areas of concern together with the objectives and timeframe for the execution of the action plan.
Agency-Hired Employee, government-owned and controlled corporation, job stability, employee satisfaction.
Cite this Publication ―
Mary Joyce M. Aquino (2023), Job Stability and Agency-Hired Employees’ Satisfaction in a Government-Owned and Controlled Corporation. Multidisciplinary International Journal of Research and Development (MIJRD), Volume: 03 Issue: 01, Pages: 61-79. https://www.mijrd.com/papers/v3/i1/MIJRDV3I10005.pdf