Addison, TX (PRWEB) March 11, 2009
High technology firm Ktech has selected NBRI to conduct an employee satisfaction survey at their facility in Albuquerque, New Mexico. With clients such as Sandia National Laboratories, and core business capabilities related to nuclear physics, Ktech seeks to improve their hard science based services by looking at human factors.
NBRI, the National Business Research Institute, a leading research firm in the area of organizational psychology will be conducting the inquiry this month. By studying the foundations of employee satisfaction, the NBRI survey will help to create targeted programs that will produce more satisfied, productive and committed employees. NBRI utilizes the largest and highest quality benchmarking database in the world. Containing over 3.5 billion individual opinions, or scores, employee satisfaction factors can be modeled and improved upon, leading to greater organizational success in even the most technical of work environments.
Ktech Corporation, has since 1971 provided advanced research and development capabilities to federal agencies, national laboratories and commercial clients. The employee-owned firm is based in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Ktech's flexible yet comprehensive approach to applied physics allows them to engineer solutions to highly complex problems, from the study of nuclear weapon detonation and nuclear reactor safety to the development of cutting edge pulsed power technologies.
For more information, please visit http://www.ktech.com
About NBRI Incorporated:
NBRI specializes in psychological research for business, commonly referred to as employee surveys and customer surveys.
NBRI Project Leaders possess Ph.D. degrees in psychological research, and have assisted thousands of firms around the world since 1982. Clients are able to confidently implement action plans that provide for the greatest amount of organizational improvement with the least amount of time and manpower.
NBRI's founder and CEO, Jan Stringer, PhD is a thought leader in the field of Organizational Psychology.
For more information, please visit NBRI at http://www.nbrii.com