Leidy A. Velasco, Raymunda L. Apostol


The purpose of this study was to determine the stress profile for teachers, emotional intelligence: a prediction model of work-life balance. Utilizing quantitative, non-experimental design via correlational technique, data were obtained from 256 respondents who are public elementary schools in Cateel, 1 and 2, province of Davao Oriental. The researcher utilized a stratified random sampling technique and an online survey mode of data collection. The researcher also utilized the statistical tools mean, Pearson r, and regression analysis. From the results of the study, it was found that there is a moderate level of stress profile. There is a high level of emotional intelligence and work-life balance. Also, results revealed that there is a significant relationship between stress profile and work-life balance and a significant relationship between emotional intelligence and work-life balance. Further, stress profile and emotional intelligence significantly predict work-life balance.


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