1. I feel I am being paid a fair amount for the work I do.
2. Raises are too far and few between. (r)
3. I am unappreciated by the organization when I think about what they pay me. (r)
4. I feel satisfied with my chance for salary increases.
1. There is really too little chance for promotion on my job. (r)
2. Those that do well on the job stand a fair chance of being promoted.
3. People get ahead as fast here as they do in other places.
4. I am satisfied with my chances for promotion.
1. My supervisor is quite competent in doing his/her job.
2. My supervisor is unfair to me. (r)
3. My supervisor shows too little interest in the feelings of subordinates. (r)
4. I like my supervisor.
1. I am not satisfied with the benefits I receive. (r)
2. The benefits we receive are as good as most other organizations offer.
3. The benefit package we have is equitable. (r)
4. There are benefits we do not have which we should have (r)
1. When I do a good job‚ I receive the recognition for it that I should receive.
2. I do not feel that the work I do is appreciated. (r)
3. There are few rewards for this who work here. (r)
4. I don’t feel my efforts are rewarded the way they should be. (r)
1. Many of our rules and procedures make doing a good job difficult. (r)
2. My efforts to do a good job are seldom blocked by red tape.
3. I have too much to do at work. (r)
4. I have too much paperwork. (r)
1. I like the people I work with.
2. I find I have to work harder to my job than I should because of the incompetence of people I work with. (r)
3. I enjoy my coworkers.
4. There is too much bickering and fighting at work. (r)
1. I sometimes feel my job is meaningless. (r)
2. I like doing the things I do at work.
3. I feel a sense of pride in doing my job.
4. My job is enjoyable.
1. Communications seem good within this organization.
2. The goals of this organization are not clear to me. (r)
3. I often feel that I do not know what is going on with the organization. (r)
4. Work assignments are often not fully explained. (r)
Pay 0.75‚ Promotion 0.73‚ Supervision 0.82‚ Benefits 0.73‚ Rewards 0.76‚ Operating‚ procedures 0.62‚ Coworkers 0.77‚ Nature of work 0.78‚ Communication 0.71‚ and total .91
1= Disagree very much‚ 2= Disagree moderately‚ 3= Disagree slightly‚ 4= Agree slightly‚ 5=Agree moderately‚ 6= Agree very much
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