Gratitude in the Workplace

Thank you for your time. As part of her graduate studies with Weber State University, Crystalee Beck is conducting research to explore the use, effectiveness, and dark sides of gratitude communications in the workplace. To participate you need to currently be working full-time and report to a manager. No names will be used in the study findings.

SURVEY DEFINITIONS:

"Manager" is the person you currently report to directly in your workplace.

"Gratitude" is the expression of appreciation for services, tasks, character attributes, etc. (In this study, it always refers to the context of the workplace.)

"Performance feedback" is positive or negative information about a person's performance of a task, etc., used as a basis for improvement.

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    Verbally, one-on-one
    Verbally, in a group setting
    Handwritten (thank you card, etc.)
    Electronic note (email, social media)
    Tangible item (gift card, swag, etc.)
    Monetary bonus
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