An exploratory study of employee attitudes toward and knowledge of non-wage benefits and services
Date of Award
Master of Science
Current importance is placed on benefits received by employees other than their paycheck. The attitudes ot the interested parties seem to be indicated in current literature as follows: management, cautious and defensive; labor unions, aggressive and demanding; government, compromising; and employees, unconcerned.
This study has a three fold purpose: first, to review the various primary non-wage benefits and services from written and published literature; second, to determine employee attitudes toward and knowledge of benefits through personal interviews; and third, to render observations that may be helpful in the future for interested parties in making decisions relative to employes benefits and services.
Dodson, Grayson Eugene, "An exploratory study of employee attitudes toward and knowledge of non-wage benefits and services" (1962). Master's Theses. 178.