Workplace Relationship Quality and Employee Information Experiences

  title={Workplace Relationship Quality and Employee Information Experiences},
  author={Patricia M. Sias},
  journal={Communication Studies},
  pages={375 - 395}
This study examined the extent to which the amount and quality of work‐related information employees received was associated with the quality of their relationships with peer co‐workers and their immediate supervisors. Results indicated that supervisor–subordinate relationship quality was positively related to both the amount and quality of information employees received from their immediate supervisor. In addition, employees’ proportions of information peer relationships were negatively… 
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