The aim of this study was to answer the question, according to the Competing Values Framework, what is the organizational climate of the Abilene-Taylor County Public Health District (ATCPHD)? Organizational climate for this study refers to the collective perceptions of employees on their interactions with their peers, management, and the organization. This study surveyed the 64 employees at the ATCPHD with the Organizational Climate Measure (OCM). Forty employees participated in the study. The study determined that the climate of the ATCPHD, according to Competing Values Framework (CVF), was the Human Relations organizational climate with a secondary climate of Relational Goals. Having a Human Relations climate implies that the ATCPHD values the well-being of employees and strives to make employee satisfaction an end goal.
Floyd, Sarah E.A., "Measuring Organizational Climate at the Abilene-Taylor County Public Health District" (2016). School of Social Work. 2.
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