A study of the correlation between job satisfaction and job performance in a sample of USN enlisted men
Gillogly, Hugh James
Elster, Richard S.
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A study was performed investigating the correlation between Job Satisfaction and Job Performance in a sample of enlisted naval personnel. Measurements of Job Satisfaction were compiled from a job questionnaire devised by Brayfield and Rothe. Job Performance marks were compiled from supervisor's ratings. Statistics were computed using the primary variables (satisfaction and performance), as well as five demographic variables, for the sample as a whole, and then again for each of six occupational groups within the sample. Statistical findings supported the hypothesis that a positive correlation existed between Job Satisfaction and Job Performance in several diverse Navy enlisted occupations.
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