Study Gavin & Kelley (1978): study US 1973
- Miners, non-management, company, USA, 197?
- N = 469
- Non Response
Questionnaire: Paper & Pencil Interview (PAPI)
Questionnaire completed anonomimiously during working hours
- Authors's Label
- Perceived work environment
- Our Classification
- Clusters appearing in responses to 65-item questionnaire:
A: Supervisory consideration (6-item index): the degree to which the immediate supervisor is viewed as being fair, considerate, and affective in human relations.
B: Intercrew communications (4-item index): the extent of individual worker satisfaction with communications between his and other crews.
C: Promotion practices (4-item index): the extent to which the employee feels there are ample and equitable advancement opportunities.
D: Participation and feedback (3-item index): the degree to which thesupervisor includes the employee in decision-making and gives feedback concerning performance.
E: Training (2-item index): the perceived adequacy of training for present job and future work assignments.
F: Quality of task information (3-item index): the extent to which the employee perceives clearly expressed and accurate information being exchanged between his supervisor and co-workers.
G: Interdepartment relations (2-item index): the amount of cooperation believed to exist between the employee's department and other departments.
H: Equipment (2-item index): the perceived quality and availability of equipment for woker use.
I: Task pressure (3-item index): the extent to which the employee feels his supervisor pressures employees for greater production with threats and punishments.