Research Question: Does the company effectively communicate what is expected of their
employees in terms of their job description?
In the survey, the respondents were asked whether or not the management availed
itself to clarify matters about employee duties. This question aimed at identifying whether or
not the employees could seek and access help in understanding their job requirements. The
responses provided by the respondents were that a majority of 67% agreed while the
remaining percentage of 33% all strongly agreed that the management was fully available
and accessible to clarify any issues that arose regarding the definition of task performance.
The results totaled revealed that all employees were fully aware that they could always seek
clarification from the management whenever they needed it.
While asked on whether the management never required them to fulfill duties that
were outside their predefined job description, 40% strongly agreed, 7% agreed, 40% were
undecided, and a minority of 13% disagreed to never being asked to perform a duty that was
not part of their original job description. Based on the responses provided on this survey
question, it is evident that a majority of 47% had never, at one time or another been requested
to attend to company business that was not necessarily part of their day-to-day task
assignment. 40% were not sure on whether or not it had ever been required of them to help
out maybe in another department or another area outside their official work stations and only
13% affirmed that they had been expected to perform tasks that were not part of their day-today routine tasks.
The final question that was asked in this category of the survey was whether the
management did not encourage its employees to generate new ways on how they could
complete their tasks. On this, 33% of the respondents strongly disagreed, another 33%
opposed, 27% o...