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Evaluation on the employability of hrm graduates for school year 2007- 2012 at arellano university – jas campus pasay city: a tracer Essay

Introduction
This research aimed to identify the employability of the graduates of HRM program at AU-JAS CAMPUS for the school year 2007-2012. The graduates consisted of thirty seven (37) for the school year 2007, sixty six (66) for the school year 2008, eighty-six (86) for the school year 2009, one hundred-five (105) for the school year 2010 and one hundred-ten (110) for the school year 2011 Specifically, it sought answers to the following sub problem: 1. What is the traceability of the employment of HRM graduates at AU-JAS CAMPUS for the school year 2007-2012 in terms of: 1.1 Local and international industry; and

1.2 Positions Held and Status of Employment
2. What is the status of the employment of the graduates for SY 2007-2012.

Findings
From the analysis of data, the findings were as follow: 1.1 Local and international industry
For the school year 2007-2008, there were 14 graduates who landed job locally and 4 of them were lucky enough to have the opportunity to go abroad and practiced their chosen field of specialization. Majority of them with 12 or 66.67 percent were in restaurant/fast food; 4 were in
private company and 2 in shipping line. For the school year 2008-2009, there were 17 graduates who landed

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job locally and 15 graduates were held internationally. Most of them were employed in restaurant/fast food with 15 or 46.88 percent and the remaining was employed in shipping line, hotel and private company. For the school year 2009-2010, 49 graduates who landed job locally were employed in restaurant/fast food with 28 or 46.67 percent. The remaining were in hotel, bar, shipping line, private company and entrepreneur. For the school year 2010-2011, 52 graduates were landed their job locally and 11 of them were internationally. Most of them were employed in restaurant/fast food with 25 or 39.68 percent. Remaining were employed in shipping line, hotel bar and entrepreneur. For the school year 2011-2012, there were 55 graduates who landed job locally and 12 of them were landed their job internationally. Majority of them were employed in restaurant/fast food with 38 or 56.72 percent. Second were in private company, third were in hotel, fourth were in shipping line, bar and entrepreneur, respectively. 1.2 Positions Held and Status of Employment

As the end, as proof for the school year 2007-2012, majority of them were holding a position of server as ranked first and the crew, waiter/waitress and food attendant as ranked second. As a result of the knowledge, trainings and the skills of the graduates of BSHRM for the past five (5) school year at AU-JAS CAMPUS majority of them were casual/contractual in the establishment they are serving. 1.3 Evaluation on the External Productivity of HRM Program to the graduates of AU-JAS CAMPUS. From the result of the findings of the research, this proved that HRM Program of AU-JAS CAMPUS is very effective to the graduates as proof of employability. More than majority of them had landed a job within a short period of time or just after graduation. Some of those practitioners were immediately absorb by the establishment for employment.

Conclusions
From the findings of the research, the following conclusions were drawn: 1. The status of the employability of the HRM graduates for the school year 2008-2009 in terms of local and international proved that the
program of AU-JAS CAMPUS gave insights since majority of them had landed a job easily and awaits so many opportunities. 2. In this connection, the external productivity of HRM program is very effective as a proof of their traceability. Recommendation

From the conclusions, the researchers have the following recommendations: 1. A continuous training and re-training to start with knowledge and skills to be more globally competitive. 2. To adopt a contingency plan for the next generation for the external productivity in terms of their traceability of employment 3. To have a continuous connection with the graduates in terms of yearly alumni program for their whereabouts and record keeping. 4. To have another study on the traceability of the graduates in another setting and/or for the next generation of graduates of HRM, AU-JAS CAMPUS.

C E R T I F I C A T I O N
This research study entitled, “EVALUATION ON THE EMPLOYABILITY OF HRM GRADUATES SY 2007-2012: A TRACER,” prepared and submitted by MARK ANTHONY TABUNDA, FREDELYN TANGONAN, and ERWIN TORRIJOS, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the subject HRT 311Leading to the degree of Bachelor of Science in Hotel Management, has been examined and is recommended for acceptance and approval for ORAL DEFENSE.

MR.LEMUELRICHIE CERVANTES
Adviser ______________________________________________________________ A P P R O V A L S H E E T
Approve in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the subject HRT 311 leading to the degree Hotel and Restaurant Management by the Oral Defense with grade of _____

DR. DIOSDADO A. AMANTE
VP Academic Affairs,
Philippines College of Criminology (PCCR)
Chairman

DR. JOSELITO D. MABANSAG PROF. FLORENITTE C. DE GUZMAN Director, DBC Training Program head,SHTM
and Continues EducationMember Member

Accepted in partial fulfillment of the degree of Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management major in HRM.

FLORINETTE C. DE GUZMAN Dean, School of Hospitality
and Tourism Management

ARELLANO UNIVERSITY JOSE ABAD SANTOS
3058 Taft Avenue, Pasay City

EVALUATION ON THE EMPLOYABILITY OF HRM
GRADUATES SY 2007-2012
A TRACER

A Research Study
Presented to

The Faculty of the
School of Hospitality and Tourism Management

In Partial Fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management

By
MARK ANTHONY TABUNDA
FREDELYN TANGONAN
ERWIN TORRIJOS

2013

ACKNOWLEGMENT
The fulfillment of this thesis calls for a lot of patient and perseverance. It is in this part of the study that the researcher wishes to express their deepest gratitude to the following whose generous assistance and wholehearted guidance have made this study possible. To beloved Dean of school of hospitality, for Florenitte C. De Guzman, for her wisdom and encouragement to make this study possible; To Prof. Lemuel Richie Cervantes, researcher’s adviser, for his tireless effort, for the advices, suggestion, and recommendations that lead to the completion of this work and to make this study possible; To Dr. Joselito D. Mabansag, subject teacher for his teachings and advices in this subject; To Registrar staff, for their great support in terms of records of the students, “thank you so much”; To the member of the panel, Ms. Florenitte C. De Guzman, Dr. Diosdado A. Amante, and Dr. Joselito D. Mabansag for their suggestions and recommendations for the improvement of the paper work; To the researchers parents and guardians, for their unconditional moral and financial support during the researchers undertakings; But most of all, thanks to ALMIGHTY GOD, in HIS absolute goodness, strength and the gift of mind.

M.A.T
F.F.T
E.G.T

TABLE OF CONTENTS
PAGE ABSTRACT ………………………………………………………..……… i APPROVAL SHEET ………………………………………………………. ii TITLE OF THE PAGE …………………………………………………….. iv ACKNOWLEDGEMENT ………………………………………………….. v TABLE OF CONTENTS …………………………………………………… vi LIST OF FIGURE ………………………………………………………….. vi LIST OF TABLES ………………………………………………………….. vii CHAPTER

1. The Problem and Its Setting
Introduction …………………………………………….. 1
Conceptual Framework ………………………………. 3 Statement of the Problem …………………………….. 5 Significance of the Study ……………………………… 5 Scope of Limitations …………………………………… 6 Definitions of Terms ……………………………………. 6 2. Related Literature and Studies

Related Literature
Foreign source…………………………………. 9 Local Source ……………………………………35 Related Studies
Foreign Setting ……………………….40 Local Setting ………………………..40 Relevance of the related Literature and Studies ……………44 3. Research Methods and Procedures ………46

Research Design ………………………………..46 Respondents and Sampling Procedure……….46 Data Gathering Tool ……………………………49 Statistical Treatment of the Data ………………50 4. Presentation, Analysis and Interpretation of Data .. 52

Specific Problem No. 1………………………… 52 Specific Problem No. 2 ………………………..61 5. Summary, Conclusion and Recommendations
Summary……………………………………….63 Conclusion ……………………………………66 Recommendation ……………………………66 BIBLIOGRAPHY ……………………………………….67

APPENDIX
PROFILE OF HRM GRADUATES SY 2007-2012 ……………………….. CURRILCULUM VITAE ……………………………………………………..

LIST OF FIGURE
No.Page Conceptual Paradigm of the Study………………………………- 4

LIST OF TABLES No.Page
1. Population of the HRM Graduates SY 2007-2012 …………..47 2. External Productivity of the HRM Graduates SY 2007-2012 …54 3. Positions Held By HRM Graduates SY 2007-2012 ……………57 Employment Status of HRM Graduates SY 2007-2012 ………60

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