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Prospects of Human Resources Management at Jose Rizal University Rovedeldo Rovero Abstract This paper is designed to label the different methods and activities of personnel and Human Resources management implemented at Jose Rizal University and to identify the different programs of Personnel and Human Resources Management that leads to its continuous development. This paper also determines the impact of different patterns of Personnel and Human Resources Management on their educational institution. A survey was used in conducting this research. The researcher randomly dispersed questionnaires with ten structured questions of different categories concentrated on administrative and operative functions, from leadership, motivation to satisfaction, duties, and responsibilities to 100 respondents in the different divisions and departments of the Jose Rizal University. The collected data from the survey were tabulated and subjected to quantitative and qualitative analysis. Based on the findings, the management supports programs for the employee’s welfare, such as training, seminars, counselling, seminars and civic activities although it also showed the lack of interest in the operational functions, this could be resolved through proper motivation, communication and transparency of policies and regulation. The younger employees are more eager for a higher position, which means that they are doing to work harder for self-growth and to reach the company’s goal, and they are more willing to accept the responsibilities the retirees would endow. The results also revealed a good working relationship of employees with supervisors; there is a close contact and mutual understanding among them. All employees aim for a higher salary and more benefits through the collective bargaining
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agreement (CBA). This paper shows that there were newly hired employees who are young, dynamic, and ambitious. More than 50% of the employees were contented with their present positions. Almost all employees have smooth relationship with their supervisors. Two-thirds of the employees were contented with the present administration. 59% of all respondents were not contented with their present salary. All employees were able to benefit from the self-improvement
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