Date of Award
Master of Science in Psychology
This research study examines the effects of organizational communication, a sub-dimensional construct on employee outcomes. It was proposed that organizational communication as indicated by timelines, reliability, and comprehensiveness of communication would predict the employee outcomes of intention to leave, job insecurity, and organizational cynicism in a negative direction. Participants, representing employees from several customer service organizations in Southern California experiencing orgaizational change, completed a questionaire consisting of multiple measurements in the areas of interest.
Doran, James Kelly, "Effects of organizational communication on employee perceptions during organizational change" (2008). Theses Digitization Project. 3417.