Satisfação no trabalho e intenção de permanecer entre professores selecionados de escolas particulares: implicações para a política educacional

Autores

  • Melbert Hungo Southern Leyte State University-Tomas Oppus. Southern Leyte, Philippines https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3306-2924
  • Leomarich Casinillo Visayas State University, Baybay City, Leyte, Philippines
  • Ronel Dagohoy Kapalong College of Agriculture, Sciences, and Technology. Davao del Norte, Philippines
  • Eduardo Lleve JR. Western Philippines University-Main Campus, Aborlan, Palawan, Philippines.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.48017/dj.v9i2.3035

Palavras-chave:

Administração educacional, Escolas privadas, Filipinas, bem-estar dos professores

Resumo

A satisfação no trabalho é um aspecto crucial para que um professor permaneça em seu atual cargo de ensino. Este estudo investiga os fatores significativos relacionados à satisfação no trabalho e intenção de permanência de professores em uma escola particular. Além disso, o estudo também tem como objetivo investigar a relação entre satisfação no trabalho e intenção de permanência de professores particulares. Por meio de um processo de enumeração completa, foram entrevistados 34 professores particulares e dados primários foram coletados. Medidas estatísticas foram empregadas para descrever os dados coletados, e o teste de qui-quadrado foi utilizado para determinar a relação entre os fatores de satisfação e intenção de permanência. Os resultados indicaram que a maioria dos professores particulares está moderadamente satisfeita com seu emprego atual e cerca de 55,88% deles não têm vontade de permanecer em seus cargos. Isso sugere que trabalhar em uma instituição privada é desafiador e não possui segurança econômica suficiente. Este teste de qui-quadrado revelou que a satisfação no trabalho dos professores particulares é influenciada por seu estado civil (valor-p=0,100) e situação de emprego (valor-p=0,100). Além disso, os fatores que influenciam sua vontade de permanecer são a idade (valor-p=0,100) e a situação de emprego (valor-p=0,052). O estudo sugere que os professores devem receber incentivos e uma compensação adequada para aumentar sua satisfação e intenção de permanecer em uma escola particular.

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Biografia do Autor

Melbert Hungo, Southern Leyte State University-Tomas Oppus. Southern Leyte, Philippines

0000-0002-3306-2924; Southern Leyte State University-Tomas Oppus. Southern Leyte, Philippines.  mhungo@southernleytestateu.edu.ph

Leomarich Casinillo, Visayas State University, Baybay City, Leyte, Philippines

0000-0003-3966-8836; Visayas State University, Baybay City, Leyte, Philippines,  leomarichcasinillo02011990@gmail.com

Ronel Dagohoy, Kapalong College of Agriculture, Sciences, and Technology. Davao del Norte, Philippines

0000-0003-4876-4694; Kapalong College of Agriculture, Sciences, and Technology. Davao del Norte, Philippines. leomarich_casinillo@yahoo.com

Eduardo Lleve JR., Western Philippines University-Main Campus, Aborlan, Palawan, Philippines.

0009-0002-5179-3429; Western Philippines University-Main Campus, Aborlan, Palawan, Philippines.   

 

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2024-06-22

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Hungo, M., Casinillo, L., Dagohoy, R., & Lleve JR., E. (2024). Satisfação no trabalho e intenção de permanecer entre professores selecionados de escolas particulares: implicações para a política educacional. Diversitas Journal, 9(2). https://doi.org/10.48017/dj.v9i2.3035

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