Studies among selected public: Employees of a firm

Number of studies9

ReferenceTitle of publicationPublic
Hopkinson et al. (2002): study GB 2002
 
Teleworking at BT. The Economic, Environmental and Social Impacts of its Workabout Scheme.
 
16+ aged teleworkers, UK, 2002
 
Tessler & Mechanic (1975): study US 1973
 
Consumer Satisfaction with Prepaid Group Practice: A Comparative Study.
 
Employees' families, two firms, USA, 1973
 
Wright & Bonett (1993): study US 1988
 
Mental Health and Work Performance: Results of a Longitudinal Field Study.
 
Human services personel; USA; followed for 2 years, 198?
 
Wright & Bonett (1997): study US 1996
 
The Role of Pleasantness and Activation-Based Well-Being in Performance Prediction.
 
Criminal justice staff personnel; USA; followed 2 years, 199?
 
Wright & Staw (1999): study US 1994
 
Affect and Favorable Work Outcomes: Two Longitudinal Tests of the Happy - Productive Worker Thesis.
 
Social welfare department employees, USA, 199?, followed 4 years
 
Wright & Staw (1999): study US 1994 /1
 
Affect and Favorable Work Outcomes: Two Longitudinal Tests of the Happy - Productive Worker Thesis.
 
Social services staff personel; USA, 199?, followed 1 year
 
Wright et al. (2002): study US 1997
 
When a Happy Worker is a Productive Worker: A Preliminary Examination of Three Models.
 
Public-sector managers, USA, 2002, followed 2 years
 
Wright et al. (2004): study US 1998
 
State and Trait Correlates of Job Performance: A Tale of Two Perspectives.
 
Social welfare counselors, USA, 199?
 
Wright et al. (2004): study US 1999
 
State and Trait Correlates of Job Performance: A Tale of Two Perspectives.
 
Public sector supervisory personel; USA; 199?