The study explores the level of psychological well-being of employees of a Philippine State University during the pandemic. It utilizes a quantitative design using a descriptive survey. A total of 136 employees participated in an online survey. Most of the participants are female, who are in middle adulthood, teaching, and are in permanent status. Results reveal that among the factors of psychological well-being, participants show high well-being in fairness. Significant differences were found in the factors of company confidence, leadership, communication, policy, business continuity, and role enablement when compared with personnel type. Implications for human resource improvements are further discussed.
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