Identifying potential supervisors: the attitudes of different types of ordnance employees on the characteristics of successful first-level supervisors
College of Commerce, State University of Iowa, 1956 - Business & Economics - 48 pages
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ability authoritarian Automotive Equipment average for employees CLARITY IN INSTRUCTIONS CLERICAL PERSONNEL Composed of Female COMPOSED OF MALE CONSIDERATION FOR WORKERS Daniel Katz Daykin desirable in supervisors deviation of supervisors Elton Mayo Ext reme indicates factors FAIRNESS TOWARDS WORKERS female workers first-level supervision Group Composed human relations Ideal Type Supervisor important industrial INSTRUCTIONS Ex INSTRUCTIONS Ext reme ions PROFILE Jobs KNOWLEDGE leadership length of service Machine Operator male supervisors male workers managers Mode ra Mode rate Moderate CLARITY Moderate FAIRNESS Moderate KNOWLEDGE occupational classification Occupational options occupations indicates deviation opin opinions from workers opinions indicates average Ordnance Corps phase prefer a supervisor Preference of male Preference of workers PROCESSORS AND PACKERS profile charts questionnaire reme indicates employees Reprint Series Reprinted from Labor Research Series supervisory vacancies Taft-Hartley Act technicians techniques tions TYPE OF SUPERVISION University of Iowa visors Warehousemen WORKERS Ext reme workers prefer Workers Surveyed