Perception of Communication Satisfaction & Quality of Work-life
by Chatterjee, Bipasha
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The present study examined the extent and nature of relationship between perception of communication satisfaction and work-related quality of life of male officers working in private sector enterprise in Kolkata, India. Ex-post facto design was followed. Simple random sampling was used. The tools used were Perception of Communication Satisfaction(PCS) Questionnaire and Work-Related Quality of Life(WRQL) Scale. The findings reveal that there was high positive correlation between perception of satisfaction from communication with superior and work-related quality of life as a whole. Also there was positive and high correlation between perception of satisfaction from communication with superior and each of the subscales - general well-being, home-work interface, job-career satisfaction, working conditions. There was no relationship between PCS and the subscale control at work. There was negative correlation between perception of satisfaction from communication with superior and the subscale stress at work, i.e. higher the PCS , lower is the job stress.
The author completed her Master of Science(M.Sc) degree in Applied Psychology from University of Calcutta(India), with specialization in Organizational and Environmental Psychology in July,2014. Currently she is the Guest Lecturer in the Department of Psychology at Maharani Kasiswari College(Kolkata) under University of Calcutta.
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LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
October 24, 2014
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