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The Analysis of Work-Life Balance on Job Performance among Medical Office Practitioners

Aira Joy I. Aet1, Jean Mae Joy Concon2, Michellie B. Dasas3,Mary Joy L. Manlaunan4,
Jandy D. Daga-As, LPT, MAEd5, Grace P. Ganiera, MBA, CHRA6,,,,,
airajoyaet27@gmail.com1, jeanmayjoyc@gmail.com2, mich.bautistadasas@gmail.com3, mjmanlaunan2205@gmail.com4, dagaasjandy@gmail.com5, 0009-0006-4267-0566
Kapalong College of Agriculture, Sciences and Technology
Maniki, Kapalong, Philippines



This research aims to explore how work-life balance affects job performance among medical office practitioners in Barangay Maniki, Kapalong, and Davao del Norte, using a descriptive-correlational approach. The respondents in this study were medical office practitioners residing at the mentioned address. There were 156 total respondents in this study. The results gathered from this study showed that the average level of work-life balance is 3.92. The level of job performance among medical office practitioners is very high, with an overall mean of 4.25. The test for the significant impact of work-life balance on job performance among medical office practitioners in Barangay Maniki, Kapalong, Davao del Norte, yielded an R-value of 0.52 and a probability value of 0.001 at a 0.05 level of significance. In relevance to this, the study concludes that work-life balance directly influences the job performance of medical office practitioners. Thus, it is suggested that hospitals must strengthen the work-life balance of their office employees to enhance their performance in their duties.

Keywords: work-life balance, job performance, medical office practitioners

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