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Five specific dimensions have been used here: Pay The work itself Promotion opportunities Supervision Coworker Think of the job you have now. Indicate how satisfied you bare with each aspect of your job below, using the following scale...
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Five specific dimensions have been used here:
Pay
The work itself
Promotion opportunities
Supervision
Coworker
Think of the job you have now. Indicate how satisfied you bare with each aspect of your job below, using the following scale.
1. Extremely dissatisfied
2. Dissatisfied
3. Slightly dissatisfied
4. Neutral
5. Slightly dissatisfied
6. Satisfied
7. Extremely satisfied
The amount of job security I have.
The amount of pay and fringe benefits I receive.
The amount of personal growth and development I get in doing my job.
The people I talk to and work with on my job.
The degree of respect and fair treatment I receive from my boss.
The feeling of worthwhile accomplishment I get from doing my job.
The chance to get to know other people while on job.
The amount of support and guidance I receive from my supervisor.
The degree to which I am fairly paid for what I contribute to this organization.
The amount of independent thought and action I can exercise in my job.
How secure things look for me in the future in this organization.
The chance to help other people while at work.
The amount of challenge in my job.
The over all quality of the supervision I receive on my work.
Now, compute your scores for the facets of job satisfaction.
Pay satisfaction.
Q2 + Q9 =(Divided by 2)
Security satisfaction.
Q1 + Q11 =(Divided by 2)
Social satisfaction.
Q4 + Q7 + Q12 =(Divided by 3)
Supervisory satisfaction.
Q5 + Q8 + Q14=(Divided by 3)
Growth satisfaction.
Q3 + Q6 + Q10 + Q13 =(Divided by 4)
Scores lower than 4 suggest there is room for change.
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