Academy of Entrepreneurship Journal (Print ISSN: 1087-9595; Online ISSN: 1528-2686)


Academic Productivity and Commitment: An Analysis of Bullying At Work

Author(s): Dionisio Ramezesh

The purpose of this study to investigate the effects of workplace bullying on faculty productivity and commitment to providing quality education to students at Central Luzon State University. The study will gather vital data from faculty members to measure the effects of workplace bullying on them. The researcher used SPSS version 21 statistical tools to examine the data received from respondents using the validated self-constructed survey questionnaire. The researcher then tallied and presented the data based on the first chapter's study questions. The author analyzed data using descriptive and inferential statistics. The p-value is less than 0.05, indicating that the null hypothesis is rejected. This supports findings that workplace bullying negatively impacts employee productivity and motivation. A -0.992 coefficient and 0.081 level of significance indicates a negative multi-linear correlation/insignificant. The researcher discovered that faculty members of the university have been bullied by superiors, coworkers, students, and others on campus. Workplace bullying has several effects on an individual's productivity and devotion. The researcher assessed the respondent's experiences and perceptions of the question with a survey questionnaire. Workplace bullying has a substantial influence on university faculty members. This research focuses on the impact of workplace bullying among university faculty members in a specific area. Thus, the researcher has concluded that workplace bullying is a major concern that needs to be addressed on the university and one of the major recommendations is that there should be an intervention program to address workplace bullying in the university. The article is unique in that it examines how workplace bullying impacts faculty productivity and dedication.

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