The Human Resources Program-Evaluation Handbook is the first book to present state-of-the-art procedures for evaluating and improving human resources programs. Editors Jack E. Edwards, John C. Scott, and Nambury S. Raju provide a user-friendly yet scientifically rigorous "how to" guide to organizational program-evaluation. Integrating perspectives from a variety of human resources and organizational behavior programs, a wide array of contributing professors, consultants, and governmental personnel successfully link scientific information to practical application. Designed for academics and graduate students in industrial-organizational psychology, human resources management, and business, the handbook is also an essential resource for human resources professionals, consultants, and policy makers.

Evaluating Organizational Survey Programs
Evaluating organizational survey programs
Jack E.Edwards
Bruce M.Fisher

AUTHOR'S NOTE: The opinions expressed in this chapter are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the U.S. General Accounting Office or the federal government.

Surveys are common in organizations. A decade ago, Gallup (1988) polled 429 human resource directors and found that 70% of their sample of organizations had ...

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