An organizational climate assessment of the Army contracting workforce
McKeithen, Magen L.
Rendon, Rene G.
Powley, Edward H.
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The intent of this research is to assess the Army’s contracting workforce on 13 dimensions within the area of organizational climate. This research analyzes the responses from active Army civilian and military workforce professionals. The survey questions were derived from a previously developed Navy survey on its contracting workforce and from established scales and measures relating to job satisfaction and climate. The results of this research identify those key organizational climate dimensions that are positively correlated to organizational climate, which may assist senior Army leaders in targeting recruiting, developing, and retention goals within the Army’s contracting workforce.
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