Working Remotely During Covid-19 Pandemic In Metro Manila: Impact on Perceived Employee’s Job Performance

Authors

  • Lorraine Asis
  • Analy Dalida

Keywords:

Assess, impact, research, working remotely, COVID-19.

Abstract

This study aims to assess the impact of working remotely caused by a pandemic based on the perception of employees’ job performance and to determine its effect on the job performance. This study specifically evaluates how employees' job performances were affected by working remotely during this time of COVID-19 pandemic. Also, this study evaluates the respondent’s level of assessment in relation to employees’ perceived job performance when grouped according to demographic profile such as age, gender, marital status and monthly income. The researchers used the descriptive survey research method with a total of 98 respondents (employees). The output was assessed as strongly agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree and strongly disagree. The overall assessment revealed that employees working under PTP Division are much  better while working remotely, but there are instances that they feel stressed due to inability to  set boundaries with their working and personal life. The researchers had developed an intervention plan in favor of those employees working remotely.

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Published

2021-06-02

How to Cite

Lorraine Asis, & Analy Dalida. (2021). Working Remotely During Covid-19 Pandemic In Metro Manila: Impact on Perceived Employee’s Job Performance. International Journal of Progressive Research in Science and Engineering, 2(6), 1–11. Retrieved from https://www.journals.grdpublications.com/index.php/ijprse/article/view/288

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