600 employees participated in a company-wide experiment to test i
600 employees participated in a company-wide experiment to test if an educational program would be effective at increasing employee satisfaction. Half of the employees were assigned to be in the control group, while the other half were assigned to be in the experimental group. The experimental group was the only group that received the educational intervention. All groups were given an employee satisfaction scale at time one to measure their initial levels of satisfaction. The same scale was then used half way through the program and at the end of the program. The goal of the experiment was to assess satisfaction to see if it increased across the measurements during the program as compared to a control group.