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Melvin Moraga; Olanis Corpuz; Carlos Domingo

Perceived Governance and Family Business Roles in Enhancing Commitment

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ISBN: 978-613944608---7
Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Format: Flexibler Einband
220 Seiten; 220 mm x 150 mm, 2019


This work aims to assess the impact of perceived governance and perceived family business roles in enhancing employee commitment among the employees in Asiaphil Manufacturing Industries, Inc., a company that deals with nationwide operations involved in electrical turnkey power systems, substations, power quality solutions, etc. Initially, this study was to review related literature to determine possible linkages between the variables. Those findings were then used to draw the frameworks of this study. Using these frameworks, survey questionnaires were made for quantitative data collection. The survey questionnaires were deployed in the three branches of Asiaphil in Luzon; Batangas, Pampanga and Manila, in which a total of 133 respondents participated in the survey, therefore reaching the computed sample size. The quantitative data gathered were analyzed through Linear Regression and Pearson Moment Correlation Coefficient to determine the existence or nonexistence of relationship and effect among the variables.

Biografische Anmerkung zu den Verfassern

Moraga, Melvin
Melvin Moraga is currently teaching in various colleges and universities in the Philippines. Received Master in Business Administration at the Pamantasan ng Lungsod ng Maynila. He is a Professional Licensed Teacher and Research Adviser for undergraduate students at De La Salle University.