An Investigation of Employee Satisfaction and Employee Empowerment Specific to On-Site Supervisors in the Residential Construction Industry An Investigation of Employee Satisfaction and Employee Empowerment Specific to On-Site Supervisors in the Residential Construction Industry
Following a thorough review of the related literature, a questionnaire was developed to determine the levels of satisfaction and empowerment of on-site supervisors. This questionnaire was distributed by e-mail to on-site supervisors of companies on Professional Builders top 400 list for 2005. A total of 122 on-site supervisors completed the survey.
Statistical tools, including Pearson?s product-moment correlation and coefficient of determination, were utilized to analyze the gathered data that identified the satisfaction and empowerment levels of on-site supervisors. It was discovered that a statistically significant correlation existed between satisfaction and empowerment. In addition, descriptive statistics were used to create lists of major elements leading to employee satisfaction and empowerment.
School:Brigham Young University
School Location:USA - Utah
Source Type:Master's Thesis
Keywords:on site supervisor satisfaction empowerment employee construction residential house elements level
Date of Publication:11/10/2005