Administrative Practice and Employee Job Satisfaction in a Psycho-social Rehabilitation Agency
administrative practices, job satisfaction, employees of psychosocial rehabilitation agency
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)
Reviews the administrative practices that affect job satisfaction and describe the practices of one operational psychosocial rehabilitation agency. Comparisons are made between the job satisfaction levels of 85 employees of the agency described and those of other agencies. Results show a higher level of job satisfaction for the employees of the agency described than for those at other agencies.
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Citation / Publisher Attribution
Psychosocial Rehabilitation Journal, v. 7, issue 1, p. 29-36
Scholar Commons Citation
Marlowe, Herbert A. and Spector, Paul E., "Administrative Practice and Employee Job Satisfaction in a Psycho-social Rehabilitation Agency" (1983). Psychology Faculty Publications. 629.