Many companies understand how important it is to survey employee satisfaction on the job. But does it matter how many employees actually respond to the survey?
Topic: Surveys Publication: Journal of Business and Psychology (SEP 2012) Article: Demographic question placement: Effect on item response rates and means of a Veterans Health Administration survey Authors: R. Teclaw, M. C. Price, & K. Osatuke Reviewed by: Alexandra Rechlin Imagine that you’re taking a survey for your company, and
Topic: Surveys Publication: Journal of Business and Psychology (in press) Article: Effects of personalized versus generic implementation of an intra-organizational online survey on psychological anonymity and response behavior: A field experiment Authors: Karsten Mueller, Tammo Straatmann, Kate Hattrup, & Marco Jochum Reviewed by: Alexandra Rechlin Survey research, specifically online survey
Topic: Engagement, Job satisfaction, Surveys
Publication: Journal of Business and Psychology (JUN 2011)
Article: Measuring employee engagement during a financial downturn: Business imperative or nuisance?
Authors: Van Rooy, D. L., Whitman, D. S., Hart, D., & Caleo, S.
Reviewed by: Alexandra Rechlin
Publication: Journal of Organizational Behavior (APR 2011)
Article: Genetic underpinnings of survey response
Authors: Thompson, L. F., Zhang, Z., & Arvey, R. D.
Reviewed by: Larry Martinez
Topic: Employee Satisfaction, Surveys Publication: Organizational Research Methods Article: A Comment on Employee Surveys. Blogger: Rob Stilson This study focused on the empirical examination of qualitative data from employee surveys (e.g., open-ended questions). The data set was a climate survey administered to 661 employees at a large military organization, representing 23 different