Study: Employee satisfaction survey at a German vehicle developer

Duration January 2006 – March 2007

Project manager Tino Vordank


Cooperation partner Innovationsforschung und nachhaltiges Ressourcenmanagement der Technischen Universität Chemnitz

ISInova is conducting an employee satisfaction study at a developer in the automotive industry together with the Chair of Innovation Research and Sustainable Resource Management at Chemnitz University of Technology. The study is taking place in parallel at a total of ten locations throughout Germany. The study is implemented both online and, for those employees who do not have online access, via paper/pencil questionnaires. The study has two objectives. On the one hand, the company is interested in a mood picture on various factors influencing employee satisfaction in order to launch targeted organizational and personnel development measures. From a scientific point of view, the study also aims to gain empirical insights into the relationship between leadership behavior and employee satisfaction, as well as to generate further knowledge on the use of the still comparatively new methodology of online-based surveys.

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