The purpose of this study is to explore attitudes of Filipino employees toward work during the COVID-19 crisis. Data was collected through an online survey distributed to workers in the Philippines, and qualitative responses from 106 participants were subjected to thematic analysis. Several themes that reflect favorable and unfavorable attitudes toward job and work tasks, work arrangements, employers, as well as work-life balance, health, and sustainability emerged from the data. These themes were described using the tripartite (or affect-behavior-cognition) model of attitudes. Results of the study emphasize the importance of context in shaping employee attitudes, and suggest different ways organizations can help improve employees’ experiences and perception of work during and beyond the COVID-19 crisis.
Caringal-Go, J. F., Tiu, R. B., & Teng-Calleja, M. (2021). Work attitudes of Filipino employees during the COVID-19 crisis. Philippine Journal of Psychology, 54(1), 1–30. https://doi.org/ 10.31710/pjp/0054.01