Satisfaction of Faculty Members with the Communication Components and Processes in the College

Janice Paras Milo


Communication connects individuals, units, and institutions. It develops rapport, initiates ideas, and encourages innovations. However, communication, when wrongly performed, can also break linkages, destroy relationships, impede understanding, and hinders advancement. Through a descriptive survey method and purposive sampling, this study assessed the level of satisfaction of the faculty members with the communication channels, communication flow, communication feedback, and access to communication. Results manifest the need to review the communication policies, procedures, and protocols of the institution and that these should be regularly disseminated from managerial to line personnel, staff, and students.  

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