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Results of surveys about workers' relation with their supervisors and their colleagues


Bunglon11 28 / 31 5  
Feb 27, 2016   #1
The charts below show the results of surveys in 2005 and 2009 asking workers about their relationship with their supervisors and their colleagues.

A comparison of percentage of the surveys' result about workers' relationship with their colleagues and supervisors in 2005 and 2009 is presented in the pie charts. Overall, there was an increase in the very good rating levels of relation employees with others. However, the percentage of relation between co-workers and colleagues is higher than their relation with supervisors.

According to the data, the result of the surveys in 2005 showed that 61% percent workers had a very good relation with their supervisor even though it was more less than the relation with colleagues at sixty-three percent. In the same period, 26% and 28 % employees said "good" for their relation with their co-workers and supervisor respectively. A very small number people (under 10%) argued that their relation with both supervisor and their workmates was weak.

The second survey in 2009 presented an increase in the relationship of employees with others. Sixty-five percent workers said their relation with their supervisor was very good followed by 22 % who gave a good rating for their relation. Compare to the relation with the colleagues in which it showed a significant rise in this year, rose by 7% to a seven in ten (70%), and a decrease 3% from 28% to 25% who said having good relation with co-workers.




Diqon 10 / 33 12  
Feb 27, 2016   #2
... result about workers' relationship withbetween their colleagues and supervisors ...
... relation between co-workers and colleagues iswas higher than their relation with supervisors.

a few mistakes that you have written.

you did well an introduction, Good Job.

@Diqon


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