The chart below show the results of surveys in 2005 and 2009 asking workers about their relationship with their supervisors and their co-workers.
A comparison of the percentage of surveys outcome about employees relationship towards supervisors and workmate in two different periods, 2005 and 2009, is presented in the pie charts. Overall, it can be seen that the majority of participant express very good relationship with the manager and co-workers in both periods. There was only a slight increases in the percentage of this categories over the period.
According to the graph, the findings from survey in 2005 showed that 61% of workers chose very good category to describe relationship with their supervisor, but this number experienced a slight increase at 65% in 2009. More than a fifth of workers from the total participant in both years described their relationship with manager as good, which was the second highest category. All of the other categories only shows a small percentage in both of periods, under 10%.
Moving to another survey topics that related to workmate affiliation, there was a dominant proportion of people who felt a very good relationship at 63% in 2005, and this folowed by an increase to almost three-quarters in 2009. The categories of good in 2005 almost as equal as in 2009, which is 28% and 25% respectively. Interestingly, most of workers felt a better relationship towards their friend rather than their bosses.