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International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Research
Published by Future Science
ISSN : -     EISSN : 27745368     DOI : 10.11594/ijmaber
International Journal of Multidisciplinary: Applied Business and Education Research is a peer-reviewed in a monthly basis that publishes full-length papers. it is to enhance the dissemination of knowledge across the multidisciplinary community. We are particularly interested in papers relevant to all disciplines. The editorial board is keep to receive articles that address all areas. The editorial board is keep to receive articles that address, inter alia, the following business scientific fields: General management International business trategic management Marketing Supply chain management Operations management Knowledge management Management of education Organization studies Entrepreneurship Small and medium enterprise Innovation Human resource management Information technology E-business Financial management and time series analysis. Education Social Sciences Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Economic Development Tourism Development Arts and Language Sports Theory Others The above areas are just indicative and the editors, in principle, welcome rigorous articles that encompass any scientific business and management field.
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Instructional Competence and Faculty Performance among Maritime Schools in Central Luzon Mirasol Abad; Kristine Manalo
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The study investigated into the maritime faculty quality and excel-lence in education, mainly because they oversee facilitation of their students learning experiences. The effectiveness of their teaching is one of the factors that determine how well students' cadets would do in their voyage towards knowledge and acquisition. Thus, the advo-cacy to promote academic excellence and quality maritime education in the Philippines, as Philippine Merchant Marine Academy aims to be a center of maritime research making this institutional research in a regional scope to evaluate the instructional competence and faculty performance among maritime schools in Central Luzon. Descriptive survey design was used and this research was conducted in the ter-tiary level of the public and maritime schools in Region III. School year 2018-2019. The locale of the study is the three school duly rec-ognized by Commission on Higher Education (CHED). The respond-ents of the study were twenty-eight (28) technical maritime faculty from central Luzon offering a program of study of Bachelor of Science in marine transportation and in Bachelor of Science in marine engi-neering. Questionnaire was the main instrument used for the data collection. Pearson Moment Correlation, ANOVA, means, percentages and standard deviations were used to analyze the data. The results of the study showed that the quality of teachers was high in terms of their academic and professional qualifications, and it did reflect much in the performance of the students.
The Impact of Human Resources Management Practice amidst COVID-19 Froilan Mobo
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The Novel Corona Virus COVID-19 made a huge impact in most private and government institutions with regards to their Human Resource Management Practices, especially in terms of how employees will work during the time of the pandemic. As per the Inter-Agency Task Force on COVID-19 Philippines there is a need to observe Social Distance and proper quarantine protocol to avoid from the infections of the widespread virus. The Civil Service Commission Philippines and the other government agencies release a memorandum on the operational process of manpower during the pandemic situations. As a result of their discussion they have come-up with a new approach with regards to operational procedures on Human Resources. Most of the Human Resource Management Officer arranged a Work From Home Scheme while others on a 50% capacity of manpower to report for work depending on the quarantine protocol set by regions or provinces. New Best Practices will be applied in the coming New Nor-mal in terms of Human Resources Management Approach.
Transcending the Philippine Educational Culture through Virtual and Augmented Reality with the Integration of the Learning Management Systems Froilan Mobo
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Amidst the current pandemic situation right now, the Department of Education and the Commission on Higher Education are facing a lot of challenges that will take place this coming opening of classes, and part of their initiative is to adopt the mode of flexible learning. In the case of other Higher Education and other educational sectors which caters to practical and situation cases either scientific or technical ap-proaches in facing the real-time situation. The Researcher is propos-ing a new alternative flexible learning that will ease up the situations of the current pandemic in all education levels, which is the integra-tion of Virtual Reality, of AR learning content as part of the educa-tional authoring tools, a web-based platform for the development of Augmented content, the distribution of which is accomplished through standardized Learning Management Systems (LMS) using SCORM packages library,. Furthermore, a collaborative framework solves the problem of standard integration of Augmented and Virtual Reality applications in education offering a distributed framework which is the Learning Management System platform, (Barbadillo, Barnera, Goñi, & Sánchez, 2014). Upon the implementation of this in-teractive and immersive technology platforms, higher-order thinking or critical thinking skills will develop further.
Quality Management Practices and Performance of Public Secondary School Heads in Pangasinan, Philippines editor Jeger
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This is a descriptive study which determined and analyzed the quality management practices of public secondary school heads. The study included the school heads and teachers in all Schools Division in Pan-gasinan. The identified quality management practices are based on the parameters of APPES Manual. Kendall’s tau correlation coefficient was utilized to identify the significant relationship in the quality man-agement practices of public secondary school heads to the perfor-mance of their respective schools. The researcher used questionnaire, interview and google form to gather the needed data. Same set of questionnaire was utilized for the teachers and school heads as re-spondents of this study. Findings of the study revealed that stake-holders were truly a great agent in improving the public secondary schools. Therefore, school heads must be eager to do this to have a strong partnership and participation of the stakeholders in the school. They contribute a lot for the direction leading to greater learn-ing outcomes. Also, it was found out that weak correlation was hardly related to the quality management practices of the school heads with regard to the performance of their respective schools. Further, a pro-posed plan of action with regard to the indicators that were found out moderate would be presented to public secondary schools for them to better identify the risk and opportunities so to attain and maintain quality management practices of school heads and school perfo-mance in the Department of Education.
Impact of the GST on the Development of Hospitality and Tourism Sector in India Sherry Abraham; Dr. Venkataramanaiah. M,
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Tourism is one of the prime activities which play a vital role not only in the generation of employment and income but also in holding firm socio-political relationship with the other countries. India is one of the most fascinating destinations to the world tourists as it is known for its diversity in culture, languages, rituals, traditions, ethnicity with rich civilization. The tourism sector in India is one of the rapidly growing sectors. It contributed 9.2 percent of GDP in 2018 and is ex-pected to contribute 9.9 percent of GDP by 2028. Goods and Service Tax (GST) is said to be a non-discriminatory tax, which affects various layers of the economy. The recent rate cuts announced by the GST council are expected to yield good results in the promotion of hospi-tality and tourism business in India. Generally, rationalization of GST rates is a positive step taken by the policymakers and it augments this sector to a great extent. It is expected that the rate cuts will give a boost to the tourism which in turn brings a good number of job op-portunities in the sector. At this juncture, an earnest attempt has been made to analyze the post-effect on the hospitality and tourism sector after the implementation of GST and the consequent amendments therein.
The Impact of Home Gardening amidst Climate Change Froilan Mobo
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Today’s climate is unpredictable there are so many natural calamities which took place in our country which is the Philippines, two weeks ago because of the sudden changes of the weather in the Province of Zambales, the Philippines a strong tornado hits the town of Cas-tillejos, Zambales which some of the electrical wirings were severely damaged because of the sudden change of the climate. The researcher is thinking of implementing a home gardening to each Municipality in our Province. By doing this it can help lessen the pollution in the air and it will help heal our Ozone Layer faster. The empirical evidence for the benefits of gardening and the advocate of the development and testing of socio-ecological models of community resilience through the impact of community gardens, especially in urban areas is highly effective (Okvat & Zautra, 2011). As lessening the air pollution will have a greater impact on our Ozone Layer no to deplete but it will heal the would faster. The present study revealed that local experiences in the face of climate change adaptation have merits that need special consideration (Anik & Khan, 2012). Also, the Researcher will imple-ment this project in the Municipality of Subic, Zambales.
The Mediation Impact of Contingent Workforce in the Connection between Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction Nagaraja P
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Most recently there has been wonderful development in the market for a temporary, or contingent, labor power in the United States. The total labor market during 10 years amid somewhere in the range of 1986 and 1996 developed by 1.7 percent, in a similar period, work in contingent services became 10.3 percent. Among the technical, pro-fessional, and managerial category of contingent workforce, there is a rapid growth of payroll noticed. Contingence workforce continues to thrive in Asian countries too. India is no exceptional from this view-point hence this has made the purpose of the present research paper to contribute the brief and clear insights towards contingent work-force, organizational commitment, and job satisfaction. The present paper is an empirical evidence for the mediation effect of contingent workforce in the relationship between organizational commitment and job satisfaction. This is a survey-based research work carried out to explore the subject of temporary workforce in Indian context. A sample of 284 respondents were participated in the survey and the typical fining from the present study is contingent workforce fully mediates the relationship between organizational commitment and job satisfaction. Partial Least Square based Structural Equation Mod-elling was used to test the proposed hypotheses.
Tutorials: Transforming Student Learning and Generating Employment Mary Ann Negi
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Tutorials provide quality learning and as a result empowered stu-dents. Teaching in a government university in Zambia, it is recognized like everywhere else in the world, there are large student numbers that flock universities each year with the idea of enhancing their qual-ifications for gainful employment and thereby achieve good lifestyles. However, the gap between learning and achievement is skewed. Many depend on minimal information sufficient enough to pass an examination. It has been observed that students will benefit greatly if there were tutorial hours set aside each day for students to consult, improve their knowledge, acquire confidence and gain a level of pro-fessionalism through student-student and student-teacher interac-tions and activities. Tutorial teaching is a method delivered following a lecture. In a tutorial the teaching is given to a specific group of stu-dents who have feel they need the added impetus to achieve their in-dividual academic goals. The very aim of a tutorial is to help students to improve their academic abilities which are not explicated in a class-room with achievers and overachievers. Tutoring usually help strengthen subject comprehension, boost confidence, and build im-portant learning skills. Tutoring gives students more attention than in a lecture theatre where any special attention which is well-nigh im-possible for the lecturer, if one takes into consideration the limita-tions of time and the number of students in attendance. Tutori-als help students who struggle to keep up with the rest, as well as those who are not challenged enough.
A Study on Impact of Stress towards Work Related Behavior among Secondary School Teachers in Malawi R. V. Palanivel; S. Michael
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This investigation conducted on impact of stress towards work be-havior among secondary school teachers in Mangochi, Malawi. 200 secondary school teachers were randomly chosen to form as partici-pants for the investigation. Data were collected by using research questionnaire titled “stress management in educational sector”. The purpose of this study was to identify the various impacts of stress to-wards work related behavior among secondary school teachers. This study reported that teachers were encountered impacts on job re-lated behaviors such as losing interest in teaching, committing a lot of errors in work, Not attending to students’ needs, transferring of ag-gression to students, increasing Absence. Male teachers encountered more impacts in job related behaviors compared to female teachers. There was positive correlation between age of the respondents and respondents encountered in job behaviors. Master degree holders en-countered more job-related impacts compared to all other teachers who are all secured certificate, diploma and Bachelor degree. Teach-ers who are having experience between 11–15 and 16–20 years en-countered more stress impact on job behavior compared to teachers who are having experience in teaching between 0 to 10 years.
Sleeping Habits, Classroom Behaviour and Academic Performance of Senior High School Students Paul Junrey A. Toyong
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Being sleepy in class can have a vital impact on the academic perfor-mance of a student. Lack of sufficient and adequate sleep can be harmful and even deadly. It is a basic necessity of life and important part of learning. This study utilized descriptive and correlational de-sign to examine 119 senior high Electrical Installation and Mainte-nance (EIM) students who were selected through simple random sampling. Findings revealed that 88 percent of the students were sleep deprived and they usually sleep for less than 6 hours only. Two of the reasons of sleeping late were using of Facebook and Messenger account and playing mobile games. The third reason was making as-signments and homework. The most prevalent classroom behaviours were: students were sleepy during class discussions and they slept in class during vacant periods and the third prevalent behavior was they felt tired during classes. Sixty-one percent of the students have a gen-eral average of 75-79 which is only fairly satisfactory and 29 percent have 80-84 grade which is only satisfactory in the K-12 grading sys-tem. There was a significant negative relationship (cc= -0.420 and p=0.000) between number of hours of night sleep and sleepiness classroom behavior. This suggested that the less number of hours of night sleep is correlated to high occurrence of sleepiness classroom behavior. There was a significant positive relationship (cc=0.627 and p=0.000) between number of hours of night sleep and academic per-formance. This suggested that the high number of hours of night sleep is associated to high academic performance. On the other hand, stu-dents with less sleep had low academic performance. There was a sig-nificant negative relationship (cc= -0.544 and p=0.000) between sleepiness classroom behavior and the academic performance. This implied that high occurrence of sleepiness classroom behavior is as-sociated to low academic performance. The implications may serve as basis for policy makers, school administrators and teachers to ed-ucate students including the parents on the proper use of mobile phones and other gadgets. The parents need to set sleeping time or lights-off rules and regulate the use of mobile phones. Sleeping time or routine shall be imposed. School administrators and teachers need to craft a well-planned and well-designed policy on giving assign-ments and homework to attain high scholastic achievement.

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