Organization of Work: Effort-Reward Imbalance
Effort-Reward Imbalance (ERI)
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- Benefits and compensation systems
- Career trajectory / ladder
- Job demands (or expectations)
- Job (in)security
Occupation and Sector Specificity
Name and Size of Work Organization and/or Workplace Psychosocial Measures
Effort (6 items)
Esteem (reward sub-scale) (5 items)
Job promotion / salary (reward sub-scale) (4 items)
Job security (reward sub-scale) (2 items)
Other Content Areas Included in the Instrument
Over commitment (6 items)
Developmental Status of the Instrument
Instrument used widely; well-defined properties.
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Reliability and Validity Information (or Relevant Citation)
Siegrist J, Starke D, Chandola T, Godin I, Marmot M, Neidhammer, Peter R (2004) The measurement of effort-reward imbalance at work: European comparisons. Social Science & Medicine, 58:1483-1499.
Tsutsumi A and Kawakami N (2004) A review of empirical studies on the model of effort-reward imbalance at work: reducing occupational stress by implementing a new theory. Social Science & Medicine, 59:2335-2359.
Accessibility of the Instrument
Where to Obtain a Copy of the Instrument
Send an e-mail to Johannes Siegrist at email@example.com.