The pattern and content of social interactions of successful handicapped and nonhandicapped employees were observed in two employment settings. Data suggest that both groups were active social interactants who frequently worked cooperatively, yet interacted relatively infrequently with their supervisors. Implications for future research are discussed.
Social Interpersonal Skills of Handicapped and Nonhandicapped Adults at WorkJournal of Employment Counseling
PublisherAmerican Counseling Association
Citation InformationLignugaris/Kraft, B., Rule, S., Salzberg, C. L., & Stowitschek, J. J. (1986). Social interpersonal skills of handicapped and nonhandicapped adults at work. Journal of Employment Counseling, 23(1), 20-31.