Work Performance and Satisfaction

April 1983
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Apr83, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p523
Academic Journal
This section provides information on several industrial research in progress on work performance and satisfaction, as of April 1983. They include research on methodological approaches to performance measurement in the criminal justice system, research on the effects of union membership on job satisfaction, research on whether job characteristics cause employee responses such as motivation, absenteeism, satisfaction and turnover, and research on cultural differences and related work values of anglophone and francophone professional accountants.


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