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    Quality Management System (QMS) and Personnel Commitment: The Case of Calbayog City National High School
    Volume 2, No. 1, June 2021 | 8 pages| http//dx.doi.org/10.46410/jbtm.2021.2.1.02


    Erwin Purcia, Dr. Carlos S. Lanting College, Quezon City, Philippines
    Antonio Albuladura, National University, Manila, Philippines
    Angelo Velarde, Napuro National High School, Samar, Philippines


    This case study assessed the observance of Calbayog City National High School (CCNHS) as a top-performing school in the Schools Division of Calbayog City on Quality Management System (QMS) vis-à-vis the commitment of all its employees to QMS. Employing mixed methodological research via sequential explanatory design with a hybrid of data gathering procedure through utilizing a survey questionnaire and documentary analysis, this probe determined the status of the QMS observance of its personnel relative to the standards set forth by ISO 9001. Results revealed that the school somehow manifests or observes Quality Management System (QMS) however, mandatory requirements contain inconsistent requisites from that of the ISO 9001: 2015 standards. Further, the employees do not give their full or all-out commitment to the school’s QMS. This can be attributed to the fact that with QMS, their time spent at home with family is taken for granted due to loads of work assigned to them which sacrificially put their work relations at stake especially within and among their families. Hence, the school is encouraged to orient and train all employees with ISO standards so they could devote themselves to QMS and motivate them better than international standardization is inevitable and it is something everyone needs to embrace to cater quality education among their clienteles.


    QMS, Personnel Commitment, ISO 9001, CCNHS


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    Purcia, E., Albuladura, A., & Velarde, A., (2021).Quality Management System (QMS) and Personnel Commitment: The Case of Calbayog City National High School . Journal of Business and Technology Management (JBTM), HolyKnight, vol. 2, 9-16. doi: 10.46410/jbtm.2021.2.1.02.

    Purcia, Erwin, et al “Quality Management System (QMS) and Personnel Commitment: The Case of Calbayog City National High School.” Journal of Business and Technology Management, HolyKnight, vol. 2, 2021, pp 9-16. JBTM, https://holyknight.co.uk/Articles/JBTM/Vol2-1/2.html

    [1] E. Purcia, A. Albuladura, and A. Velarde, “Quality Management System (QMS) and Personnel Commitment: The Case of Calbayog City National High School.” Journal of Business and Technology Management (JBTM), HolyKnight, vol. 2, pp. 9-16, June 2021.