Office of Civilian Personnel Management Survey of Navy Civilian Attitudes December 1989: Findings
NAVY PERSONNEL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTER SAN DIEGO CA
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Navy Personnel Research and Development Center, in corporation with the Navy Office of Civilian Personnel Management, developed the Navy Civilian Personnel Survey NCPS. In December 1989, the NCPS was administered to a random sample of 3,629 Navy civilian employees. The number of usable responses was 1, 958, about 54 percent of the original sample. The survey data were generally representative of the entire civilian workforce to within or - 5 error. NCPS examined attitudes in the following areas job satisfaction current programs, policies, and practices including recruiting pay and benefits working hours training management, supervision, and feedback promotion system equal employment opportunity overseas employment and retirement and planned and proposed programs and policies including job sharing, leave transfer, health wellness programs, child care, elderly dependent care, drug testing and AIDS in the workplace.
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