This case study examined government employees’ productivity as they adopt various types of alternative work arrangements during the COVID-19 community quarantine period using an online survey and focus group discussion as data gathering methods. Results showed that regardless of the type of alternative work arrangements adopted, the self-perceived productivity and efficiency of government employees remain satisfactory during the pandemic-induced lockdown. While the findings alluded to government agencies’ agility and resiliency in maintaining their productivity amid a crisis and using alternative work setups, additional support and re-calibration of existing policies and guidelines are needed to safeguard employee safety and ensure organizational productivity within the foreseeable future.
Category: Organization structure and productivity
The objective of the study is to identify, validate and prioritize major regulatory inefficiencies, particularly in basic education and propose alternative solutions to maximize regulatory benefits and minimize regulatory costs to the public and private sectors
and society in general.
In the Philippines, remittances from both domestic and international sources has continued to grow at a steady pace for the past few years and this trend is expected to last with sustained local and international migration.
The administration started its term with a clear focus on environmental issues facing the country. Given that climate change was a major issue, the mining industry was at the limelight due to the heavy damages that the industry purportedly caused. Mining audits closed or suspended a lot of the operating mines while the audits were being done, and contributed to the decline in contribution to the national economy.
The study looks at why development in the RE Sector is not meeting its targets. The objectives of the study are to look at where and how Government Regulations are overlapping, duplicating and redundancies occur and to come up with recommendations to address these concerns.
Here in the Philippines, the consumer goods and retail industry is fairly well-developed; as part of the overall services sector of the broad economy, this industry performs a vital function by ensuring customers or end-users have access to the goods or services they need.
Logistics is the part of the supply chain involving the physical movement of goods, services, cash, and information. It includes inbound and outbound transportation, material handling, warehousing, inventory, order fulfillment and distribution, third party logistics, and reverse logistics (Stevenson and Sum, 2014). Logistics also includes the storage of raw materials, work-in-process inventories, and finished good.
Decent and affordable shelter has been the long-time goal of the Philippine government as stipulated in the 1987 Constitution, its subscription to the attainment of safe, resilient, and sustainable human settlements which is one of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals. Housing goal is again reiterated in the Philippine Development Plan 2017-2022. Presently, the country’s housing need is estimated at six (6) million units and it is projected to increase to 12.5 million by 2030.
The food sector in the Philippines represents three major industries: food production which refers to the farming of crops, raising of livestock and culture/capture of marine resources; food processing which involves transforming crops, livestock and marine food, with the aid of technology, to enhance taste, prolong shelf life or to produce a different product that’s easier or more palatable to eat; and the food service that includes businesses that offer cooked/prepared food for immediate consumption.