Leadership style and the employee perceived on safety climate / Syed Hazim Syed Noh

Syed Noh, Syed Hazim (2018) Leadership style and the employee perceived on safety climate / Syed Hazim Syed Noh. [Student Project] (Unpublished)


Achieving several levels of performance is the objective of all organizations as this will make the organization more advanced and growing. Over the past twenty years, leadership style has become very important to most organizations today. Leadership style is very complex and is one of the major contributors to success or failure in most industries. Effective leadership style has become one of the most valuable ways to achieve employee perceived on safety climate. The purpose of this study is to assess the relationship between leadership style and the employee perceived on safety climate. In addition, this study also aims to identify which type of leadership is most likely to affect the perceived employee safety of Ramatex Textiles Industries. This study is a survey based on questionnaires and interviews as a means of data collection. The data is collected and viable at 100% of the 256 respondents who may be derived from a population of 750 elements. Sample selection is based on convenience method. The data collected were subsequently evaluated using the Statistical Package for Social Science (SPSS) Version 21. Using SPSS, various tests were consolidated such as reliability analysis, frequency distribution, descriptive analysis, Pearson correlation analysis and multiple regression. The results showed that the leadership style included transformational leadership, transactional leadership, and transformational-transactional leadership style related to employee perceived on safety climate.



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