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|Help A Fellow Mile High SHRM Member With Her Dissertation Research|
You are invited to take part in a research study that examines the relationship between well-being and engagement and meaningfulness in the workplace. The researcher is inviting human resource practitioners who are members of your local SHRM chapter, including those who have human resource functions as part of their position, to be in the study.
The approximate time it will take to complete the survey is 10 - 15 minutes.
The survey can be accessed and completed on your computer, iPad, or a mobile device.
Researcher:The study is being conducted by a researcher named Dianne Stains who is a doctoral student at Walden University, and a member of Mile High SHRM in Denver, CO and the national SHRM association.
Risks and Benefits of Being in the Study:Being in this type of study involves some risk such as loss of time to take the survey (approximately 10 - 15 minutes). Being in this study would not pose a risk to your safety or well-being. The study’s benefits include an opportunity to self-reflect on your perceived well-being, your level of engagement in your professional role, and the meaningfulness you derive from your position in the organization. As a participant in this study, you will also be contributing to the body of HR knowledge from the perspective of a group of professionals for which limited research exists. The information you provide may assist HR professionals and organizational leaders to design work environments where employees will be engaged, experience meaningfulness from their work, and contribute to the mission and outcomes of the organization.
Contacts and Questions:
If you have any questions about this research study, you may contact the researcher at Dianne.Stains@Waldenu.edu. If you want to talk privately about your rights as a participant, please call Dr. Leilani Endicott at 1-612-312-1210. She is the Walden University representative who can discuss this with you.
THE SURVEY LINK IS AVAILABLE THROUGH WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2018