Impact of Navy Career Counseling on Personnel Satisfaction and Reenlistment.
SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT CORP SANTA MONICA CALIF
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The report focuses on the Navys expanded Career Counseling Program, which is designed to improve personnel satisfaction and increase the retention of qualified enlisted personnel. Results of a survey of 1,711 enlisted personnel at 18 locations on the East and West Coasts are reported. This survey provides baseline data relative to the actual delivery of counseling services. It also yields evidence concerning job satisfaction, the work environment, attitudes toward the Navy, perceived climate of the Navy as a social institution, unit organizational effectiveness, and the influence of family on reenlistment. Demographic data comparable to that routinely obtained in the Navy Personnel Surveys was also obtained to permit comparisons with other investigations. Based on research findings and conclusions, recommendations were made. Author Modified Abstract
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations