Profile and Job Satisfaction of Non-Uniformed Personnel of the Philippine National Police
- Author(s): Novem Mona Capellan Lazaro
- Social Studies
Paper ID: UIJRTV4I40003
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This research determined the job satisfaction of the 70 Non-Uniformed Personnel (NUP) of the Philippine National Police (PNP) in Sorsogon Province. It also sought for the problems encountered in work. The research was conducted from June to December of 2022. Online Survey through Google Forms and face-to-face interviews were conducted in gathering the needed data. Frequency count, percentage, and weighted mean were used as measuring tools. The study revealed the profile of the NUP: 49% are aged 41 and above; 69% are married; 93% are college graduate; 97% are permanent in employment status; 94% are working in the agency for not more than 15 years; and 94% are earning 10,001 and above. It also revealed the level of satisfaction, 5 being the highest: for work and workplace weighted mean is 3.74; in supervision and management 4.05; in salary, benefits and rewards 3.37; in recognition 3.76; and in communication 3.66. Generally, the NUP were moderately satisfied with their job in the PNP Sorsogon along four variables of level of satisfaction and less satisfied with one variable. The researcher and the respondents recommended the earnest valuation of the presence of NUP in the agency by reviewing and checking their work and workplace, salary, benefits and rewards, recognition, trainings, morale, and welfare. An action plan was devised for the detailed process of attaining the recommendations.