The pie charts which are the results of surveys compare the proportion of relationships between workers and their supervisor and their colleagues in 2005 and 2009. Overall, it can be seen that the majority of employees had very good relationships not only with their supervisor but also their fellow workers.
To begin, 61% of employees felt that they had very good relationship with their supervisor in 2005 and this figure increased to 65% in 2009. Moreover, the percentage of workers who thought they had good relationship decreased steadily from 26% to 22% by 2009. However, employees that had no supervisor and those who had fair and poor relationships with their supervisor were fairly low, below 10%. In 2005, 2% of workers did not give their answer but in the next survey, they did.
With regard to relationships among workers, in 2005 roughly three-fifths of workers had very good relationship one another and rose to seven in ten in the next four years. Similar with relationship between employees and supervisor, relationships among workers also fell by 3%. On the other hand, employees who do not have co-workers and had fair relationship with their peers took a very small number.