Impact of Navy Career Counseling on Personnel Satisfaction and Reenlistment. Phase 2
SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT CORP SANTA MONICA CA
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The report presents results of Phase 2 Navy Career Counseling research. Included are findings obtained from Survey of 2744 enlisted men and women from over 40 units at six locations in California, Virginia, and Hawaii survey of 422 Navy wives at same six locations target population analysis of strings of hypotheses for Phase 1 sample, using actual reenlistment behavior as the criterion and career counselor training experiment. Analysis was organized around Personhood issues, including self-esteem, recognition, and demographics ambient influences, including family job, economics, training, information, and treatment of others retentionrecruitment issues attitude toward the Navy and the Career Counseling Program. Based on research findings, conclusions are drawn.
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations