A Study of the Relationship between Locus of Control and Job Crafting
Lee Robinson - Birkbeck College, University of London, UK.
Time to complete - 10 minutes.
This study looks at how our beliefs about how much control we have at work influences how we perform our duties and the ways in which we shape our jobs to suit our personal needs and preferences.
Opportunities in the Workplace
Seval Gundemir - Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Amsterdam.
Time to complete - 20 minutes.
This survey involves three separate studies to evaluate United States worker beliefs and attitudes about the environment of their workplace. Requirements to take this survey: Must live in the U.S. (citizenship not required), must have worked at least 29 hours a week for six consecutive months within the past 12 months.
An Evaluation of Individual Workplace Performance
Caroline Rojon in cooperation with fellow Psychology and Management researchers - University of Surrey, UK.
Time to complete - 10 minutes
We are looking for participants to complete a short survey asking them to rate their workplace performance. Participants are also encouraged to invite other people in their work environment to rate their performance (e.g. colleagues). Participants can request feedback on your self-rating as well as comparative self-rater feedback.
Can we Manipulate Personality Cues in Emails to Create a better Impression of Ourselves?
Eva Kong - Goldsmiths, University of London, UK.
Time to complete - 10 minutes.
Emails recipients were said to be fairly good at guessing what the writer is like in real life. The purpose of this research is to find out whether or not email recipients can pick up any clues regarding the real personality of the writer.
Workplace Preferences among Leaders
Pawel Rebacz - Goldsmiths College, University of London.
Time to complete - 15 minutes.
The following survey forms part of a MSc research project being conducted at Goldsmiths, University of London, which looks into workplace preferences among leaders. You will first be asked to rate a series of statements according to how strongly you agree or disagree. Thank you.
People’s Attitudes about their Work
Lylie Fitzpatrick - University of Leicester, UK.
This survey asks about your thoughts and feelings about your role, your career and the organisation for which you work. Takes 10 minutes to complete.
The Psychological and Ecological Impact of Commuting by Automobile
Chris Browne and Dr.Glenn Williams. - Nottingham Trent University, UK.
The aim of this research is to see what may predict a car driver’s commuting behaviour, be it attitudes towards driving, environmental concerns or personality characteristics.
Evolution of Leadership Questionnaire
Channah Herschberg, Florijn Vriend, Inge Dessing, Irene Rompa and Mark van Vugt - University Amsterdam, The Netherlands
This study is about the Evolution of Leadership. Filling in the questionnaire will only take 10 minutes.
Research into Well-being in the Workplace
Rajvinder Hayer - Nottingham Trent University
This research is examining the wide variety of things that may affect your well-being at work such as sources of stress and enjoyment in your job, the amount of support you get from others, and whether your personality plays a part in your well being at work
Managerial Pay Survey
Clara Kulich (University of Geneva, Switzerland), Grzegorz Trojanowski (University of Exeter Business School) -
In this research we investigate processes which influence the allocation of managerial pay. Participants of this survey should be familiar with managerial UK pay structures and have some knowledge on different types of performance-based pay. This survey asks you about your opinion on pay allocation to a manager in a specific scenario.
The Effects of Economic Recession on Job Attitudes
Richard Gelson - University of Sunderland
The project deals with employees attitudes towards job satisfaction, job security, organisational commitment and whether the current recession has changed their attitudes towards their job
Work-Family Interaction, Job Satisfaction, and the mediating influence of Motivation Orientation
Christopher Van Ness - Capella University, USA
The study will investigate the perceptions of workers who are gainfully employed regarding their perceptions of work-family interaction, job satisfaction, and work motivation orientation
Investigating Wellbeing at Work
AC Gaskell - Birkbeck, University of London
Investigating Wellbeing at Work: Longitudinal study (3 week total participation) of UK based Managers and or Supervisors
Attitudes at Work
Thomas Gilbert - Northumbria University
The study consists of questionnaire items that aim to assess ‘attitudes at work’ in the context of the working environment. It takes around 10 minutes to complete
Causes of the Glass Cliff
Pamela Bretschneider & Michelle Ryan - University of Exeter
This short online study is interested in reactions to gender discrimination in organisations. Takes less than 10 minutes to complete
Only working participants needed
Leadership Effects on Motivation and Trust
Markus Hasel - Aston Business School
The study investigates the effects leaders have on their followers’ trust in their leaders and their motivation. The study takes about 10 minutes to complete and your input is highly appreciated
Work-stress, Personality and Coping
Katie Mills & Glenn Williams - Nottingham Trent University
This is a study into work-related stress. Please only take part in this study if you work on a part/full time basis.
Personality and Organisational Culture Fit
Zahra Zafarani - Goldsmiths College, University of London
This study is looking at how personality-organisational culture fit impacts on health and well-being.
Dyslexia and Recruitment, Factors Involved in the Selection Process for Candidates with Dyslexia
Susie Larkin - Manchester University
This study explores factors involved in recruitment for candidates with dyslexia, using an online questionnaire looking at recruitment experiences of people with and without dyslexia.
Me and my boss
Sina Bader - University of Tuebingen, Germany
This Study is about your opinions, perceptions, and relationship regarding your immediate supervisor (or line manager).