IJSRP, Volume 8, Issue 9, September 2018 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Freden S. Delgado, Felyn Mae G. Yap, Rosemarie L. Luces
The study was conducted at Capiz State University during academic year 2017-2018. The primarily objectives of this study was to determine the level of work motivation and its relationship to job performance of non-academic staff of Capiz State University. Data were analyzed using both descriptive statistics and inferential statistics. Results were interpreted at 5 percent alpha level of significance. As to the personal characteristics of the respondents, a bigger percentage of the respondents were females, 30-40 years old, married, bachelor’s degree holders, non-permanent, have been serving CapSU for 10 years and below, and earning Php10,000.00 and below. Generally, the non-academic staff of CapSU have “high” level of work motivation. Overall, the non-academic staff of CapSU have “very good” performance in their job. There is significant relationship between level of work motivation and job performance (r=0.548, p=0.000).