A Methodology for Assessment of Quality of Work Life and Organizational Effectiveness in Behavioral-Economic Terms.

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      This paper describes the development and implementation of a standardized set of definitions, measures, and costing methods for behavioral outcomes. Utilizing industrial engineering, accounting-work measurement, and behavioral concepts, this longitudinal field research identifies and quantifies the cost components of certain behaviors and arrives at a dollar figure per incident and an estimated total cost over three years of measurement. The conceptual framework and methodology are designed for use in assessment of organizational effectiveness and quality of work life experiments. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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