Date of Publication


Document Type

Bachelor's Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Business Management

Subject Categories

Performance Management


Ramon V. Del Rosario College of Business


Decision Sciences and Innovation Dept

Thesis Advisor

Melvin V. Moraga

Defense Panel Chair

Harvey T. Ong
Raymund L. Dimaranan

Defense Panel Member

Edgar L. Chang
Jessica Jaye Ranieses


As the garment industry requires an extensive workforce and has a large impact on economic development, various work environment factors must be considered to increase employee performance, with the potential for health risks to affect employees. This study focuses on two companies in the garments sector, specifically in EastStar Fashion Design Inc. and Niecholles Corporation. A total of one hundred one (101) operational employees were surveyed, while four rank-and-file employees were interviewed. The results of all of the analyses have shown that there is an existing and significant relationship between the factors of Work Environment and Employee Performance and Employee Health as the p-value is less than 0.001. While, Employee Health has a negative and significant relationship with Employee Performance as its p-value is more than 0.05. Lastly, the result of the mediation analysis has presented that there is no mediation as the rules were not followed in the steps mentioned. Thus, it is proven that employee health does not mediate the relationship between work environment and employee performance, however the health of the employees is still an important factor to be considered based on the qualitative analysis.

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Performance technology; Industrial hygiene; Industrial productivity; Work environment; Clothing trade

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