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  • Environmental satisfaction at work of university administrative staff and integration of the university in the town   Order a copy of this article
    by Eva Moffat, Dalel Bouzid, Liliane Rioux 
    Abstract: The aim of our study is to evaluate the satisfaction of university staff with their work environment as a function of relationships of the university with its host town. The ESET (a scale of satisfaction with the work environment) was administered to 342 administrative staff working in three French universities. When compared with data collected from an inventory assessing the universitys role in the local community, our results, while needing to be qualified, show that staff show greater satisfaction with their work environment when the university is less integrated in the town.
    Keywords: Environmental satisfaction; occupational psychology; environmental psychology; university staff; integration in the town.