- Working population, USA, 2007 - 2008
- Survey name:
- Unnamed study
- N = 2594
- Non Response:
- Interview: telephone (CATI)
- Authors's label
- Coworker support
- Our Classification
- Mean = 3,42, SD = 0,64
- Respondents were asked to indicate how much they agree or disagree with the following statements: "
a) I feel I am really a part of the group of people I work with,
b) I have the support from coworkers that I need to do a good job,
c) I have support from coworkers that helps me to manage my work and personal or family life."
1 = strongly agree
4 = strongly disagree.
Each item was reverse coded, with higher scores indicating higher coworker support.
Observed Relation with Happiness
- supervisor support
- organizational support
when additionally adjusted for family support, children in the household, gender, family income, work hours, education, race, age, relationship status, physical health.
b = 0.122
when aditionally adjusted for work-family conflict and its interactions with support of organisation, supervisor and coworkers
b = 0.121
when additionally adjusted for poor mental health status and its interactions with support of organisation, supervisor and coworkers