The Impact of Covid-19 Pandemic on The Hotel and Resort Operations of Anda, Bohol
Keywords:COVID-19, resort operations, quantitative-descriptive-correlational method, Pearson Moment Correlation, Bohol, Philippines
An unexpected pandemic shocked the global economy in all businesses, especially in the hospitality industry, the impact reached an unprecedented level of countries closing their borders to tourists who are most likely to use these services. This study intends to determine the level of impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the hotel and resort operations in Anda, Bohol. The study used a quantitative research approach utilizing a modified survey questionnaire to gather data. The data were processed using frequency, percentage, weighted mean, Pearson correlation, and chi-square tests. There were 86 respondents randomly selected out of the 102 population at a 95 percent confidence interval at a 5 percent margin of error. The proposal underwent a review by the University’s Research Ethics Committee. The result showed that the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic as perceived by the owner or manager was very high, which means that the business condition, employment, and operation were highly affected. The result confirmed that there was no significant degree of relationship between the respondent’s profile and the level of impact as perceived by the employees. Thus, the null hypothesis failed to be rejected because the employee’s perception of the level of impact of the Covid-19 pandemic was not affected by their ages, sexes, and work positions.
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