Organization of Work: Telecommuter Job Structure Survey

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Telecommuter Job Structure Survey

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ID = 107

Content Area(s)

  • Job control
  • Job demands (or expectations)
  • Organizational structure (or restructuring)
  • Technology
  • Work schedules (work hours)
  • Work-family [im]balance
  • Other

Instrument Type


Occupation and Sector Specificity

Occupation(s): Generic

Sector(s): Telecommuters

Name and Size of Work Organization and/or Workplace Psychosocial Measures

Telecommuter job structure (5 items)

Other Content Areas Included in the Instrument


Developmental Status of the Instrument

Early stages of development; undergoing evaluation.


Original: English

Other: No

Reliability and Validity Information (or Relevant Citation)

Reliability: Coefficient alpha: 0.61.

Validity: Correlated with feedback, skill variety, and autonomy.

Selected Reference

Arthur RT and Nagy MS (2003). The effects of job design and job structure in telecommuters. Poster presented at the eighteenth annual meeting of the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychologists, Orlando, FL.

Accessibility of the Instrument

Public Domain

User Fees


Where to Obtain a Copy of the Instrument

Arthur RT (2001). Effects of job design and job structure in telecommuters vs. non-telecommuters. Cincinnati, OH: Xavier University. Unpublished master’s thesis. Send an e-mail to Robin Arthur at