Quantitative Workload Inventory (QWI)

1.    How often does your job require you to work very fast?
2.    How often does your job require you to work very hard?
3.    How often does your job leave you with little time to get things done?
4.    How often is there a great deal to be done?
5.    How often do you have to do more work than you can do well?
Interpersonal Conflict at Work Scale (ICAWS)
Less than once per month or never‚ Once or twice per month‚ Once or twice per week‚ Once or twice per day‚ Several times per day
This instrument can be found at: http://shell.cas.usf.edu/~pspector/scalepage.html

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