The pie charts illustrate the information about measurement of relationship of employees with supervisor and co-workers in 2005 and 2009. Overall, both of the percentage of relationship with manager and co-workers were in very good relationship, at more than a half.
According to the first chart, the percentage of relationship employees with supervisor dominate by very good relationship, at 61% and 65%, it raised small by four percent. The second largest percentage came from good relationship was under 26% in 2005, it decreased slightly by four percent. Fair and poor relationship just were no more than eight percent in the two years. There was a slight rise of company that don't have a manager.
The second chart shows that there was dramatic increase of very good relationship with co-employers, by seven percent. The percentage of good relationship fell modest from 28% to 25%. It same as well as fair relationship that decreased, by four percent. In 2009, the corporation that don't have employer rose very little, by one percent. Then, in the second survey there was no poor relationship with co-workers