Organization of Work: Job Satisfaction Survey
Job Satisfaction Survey
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- Benefits and compensation systems
- Career trajectory / ladder
- Job satisfaction
- Management style
- Performance monitoring / incentives
- Social supports / relations
- Work rules
Occupation and Sector Specificity
Name and Size of Work Organization and/or Workplace Psychosocial Measures
Communication satisfaction (4 items)
Contingent rewards satisfaction (4 items)
Coworkers satisfaction (4 items)
Fringe benefits satisfaction (4 items)
Nature of work satisfaction (4 items)
Operating conditions satisfaction (4 items)
Pay satisfaction (4 items)
Promotion satisfaction (4 items)
Supervision satisfaction (4 items)
Other Content Areas Included in the Instrument
Developmental Status of the Instrument
Development completed; one or more evaluations completed.
Reliability and Validity Information (or Relevant Citation)
Reliability: Coefficient alpha: 0.60 to 0.91.
Validity: Correlated with other measures of facet job satisfaction.
Spector, PE (1985) Measurement of human service staff satisfaction: development of the job satisfaction survey. American Journal of Community Psychology, 13: 693-713.
Accessibility of the Instrument
Free for educational and research purposes. For commercial use, contact Dr. Paul Spector: email@example.com.
Where to Obtain a Copy of the Instrument
Scale items can be obtained at the web site address noted above. Also, see Spector PE (1997) Job satisfaction: application, assessment, causes, and consequences. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.