The Effects of an Organizational Communication Intervention on Job Satisfaction in a Public Health Organization
Date of Degree Completion
Master of Science (MS)
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The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of an organizational communication intervention on job satisfaction levels. Nineteen employees of a rural public health department served as the subjects of the study. Archival data was reviewed based on a pre and postjob satisfaction questionnaire administered to subjects in relation to a communication intervention. It was hypothesized that job satisfaction levels would increase as a result of an organizational communication intervention. Results of an independent !-test analysis for overall pre and postjob satisfaction scores did not support this hypothesis. Implications of the study and recommendations for future research are discussed.
Riley, Ann Kathleen, "The Effects of an Organizational Communication Intervention on Job Satisfaction in a Public Health Organization" (1999). All Master's Theses. 1716.
Industrial and Organizational Psychology Commons, Organizational Behavior and Theory Commons, Organizational Communication Commons, Performance Management Commons