Self- Actualization of Deaf Workers in Culinary Industry


Authors : Carreon, Jenny Lhen; Pambid, Elijah Gabriel; Silverio, Janzel Louise

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 7 - July

Google Scholar : https://bit.ly/3IIfn9N

Scribd : https://bit.ly/3oCCgUp

DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6930706

Abstract : The study intends to analyze the selfactualization of deaf employees in the culinary industry, specifically those working in Elait, Overdoughs, and Fruitas. By specifically evaluating the factors that affect their self-actualization, together with the barriers associated with the employment of employees with this type of disability, the proponents have sought to determine the extent in which these employees were to realize their potential in the industry. Many deaf workers have experience of being self reliant on their own since they do not want to be a bother to the normal community. A lot of deaf workers and individuals have depressing thoughts and anxiety since their disability was a bit of a hindrance since it can halt the progress on the premises. The proponents made use of a descriptive method to accurately gather sufficient data. A total of twenty-four (24) respondents participated in the study, whereby thirteen (13) of these were male and eleven (11) were female. Through the thorough analysis of the answered survey questionnaire, findings suggest that the deaf culture tend to be more academically smart as compared to those who do not have the disability as these individuals are more hardworking. At the same time, these same employees are more motivated when they are given recognition, whether big or small. This allows them to better recognize their self-worth and potential. However, it cannot be prevented that they are to feel an ounce of discomfort and self-doubt due to their disability. Henceforth, it is recommended by the researchers that these individuals are given equal treatment and proper acknowledgement as they are still capable of doing specific jobs despite their inability to hear.

Keywords : Self-Actualization, Deaf, Culinary Industry, Employees

The study intends to analyze the selfactualization of deaf employees in the culinary industry, specifically those working in Elait, Overdoughs, and Fruitas. By specifically evaluating the factors that affect their self-actualization, together with the barriers associated with the employment of employees with this type of disability, the proponents have sought to determine the extent in which these employees were to realize their potential in the industry. Many deaf workers have experience of being self reliant on their own since they do not want to be a bother to the normal community. A lot of deaf workers and individuals have depressing thoughts and anxiety since their disability was a bit of a hindrance since it can halt the progress on the premises. The proponents made use of a descriptive method to accurately gather sufficient data. A total of twenty-four (24) respondents participated in the study, whereby thirteen (13) of these were male and eleven (11) were female. Through the thorough analysis of the answered survey questionnaire, findings suggest that the deaf culture tend to be more academically smart as compared to those who do not have the disability as these individuals are more hardworking. At the same time, these same employees are more motivated when they are given recognition, whether big or small. This allows them to better recognize their self-worth and potential. However, it cannot be prevented that they are to feel an ounce of discomfort and self-doubt due to their disability. Henceforth, it is recommended by the researchers that these individuals are given equal treatment and proper acknowledgement as they are still capable of doing specific jobs despite their inability to hear.

Keywords : Self-Actualization, Deaf, Culinary Industry, Employees

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