(1) Local Study Critique
(2) Foreign Study Critique
(3) Full Research (Chapters 1, 2 and 3 Analysis)
By: Heidilisa L. Ibale
Submitted to: Professor Diana Lee Tracy Chan
Implications of Credentials, Employee Selection Process and
HEI Quality on Graduate Employment Success:
Employment Transition Patterns in the Labor Market of Batangas, Philippines
Edgar Allan Castro
De La Salle Lipa, College of Business Economics, Accountancy and Management.
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The research investigates the employment transition of new graduates from HEI’s of Batangas. The employment success of graduates was measured in terms of the companies’ reasons for hiring and skills that the new graduate applicants supposed to possess so they will fit for employment. The researcher used the contributions of 12 Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) of Batangas. Data were obtained from 106 human resource officers and unit heads from 61 business establishments in the cities of Lipa, Tanauan and Batangas. This study focuses on the employment transitions of new graduates to the labor market.
What do we already know about the immediate area of concern?
It was perceived that universities where students graduated from greatly influenced their employment success. The institution that established a reputation in terms of high quality of education is often believed to produce students that will most likely get hired than other students with unpopular schools. Also, the behavior of the applicant as a student is shown from school rankings. Good grades are important because employers may think it has an effect on the future work performances of an employee. The human resource department gives examinations with questions about general information or questions related to the vacant positions to be filled up in order to measure the knowledge and characteristics of