USAF OFFICER EVALUATION SYSTEM SURVEY: ATTITUDES AND EXPERIENCE
PERSONNEL RESEARCH LAB LACKLAND AFB TX
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More than 2,200 Air Force officers from 38 bases in 6 commands were intensively surveyed as to their knowledge, attitudes, and opinions about the officer evaluation system. In many areas, significant differences were found between commands, grades, duties, regular reserve officers, and flying status groups when reactions of these groups were compared to reactions of the total sample. Analysis of the attitudes revealed by the survey indicated that although the majority of officers are satisfied to some extent with procedures now utilized in the evaluation system and the performance ratings they have received, a substantial number seemed to be in favor of a number of changes. By and large, this trend is related to grade-the higher the grade, the greater the satisfaction with the status quo.
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations