JDI QUESTIONNAIRE PDF

PRICING The survey takes employees just 10 minutes to complete online and has 90 standardized questions for benchmarking, 4 profile questions, 3 internal informational questions, and one open-ended comment question. The actual questions were developed based on job satisfaction research of employees who were asked to provide descriptions of their job experiences. Job Descriptive Index JDI The JDI asks 72 standardized job satisfaction survey questions and generates scores indicative of job satisfaction within the following key facets of the work environment: work, pay, promotions, supervision, and people co-workers. Three of the facet sets have 18 questions, and two of the facet sets have 9 questions. The final list of questions for each facet was selected based on its ability to clearly separate high and low scorers, its high correlation to other questions within that facet, and the clarity of its meaning. Measures of job strengths and weaknesses within each facet tell practitioners where improvements can be made.

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PRICING The survey takes employees just 10 minutes to complete online and has 90 standardized questions for benchmarking, 4 profile questions, 3 internal informational questions, and one open-ended comment question. The actual questions were developed based on job satisfaction research of employees who were asked to provide descriptions of their job experiences. Job Descriptive Index JDI The JDI asks 72 standardized job satisfaction survey questions and generates scores indicative of job satisfaction within the following key facets of the work environment: work, pay, promotions, supervision, and people co-workers.

Three of the facet sets have 18 questions, and two of the facet sets have 9 questions. The final list of questions for each facet was selected based on its ability to clearly separate high and low scorers, its high correlation to other questions within that facet, and the clarity of its meaning. Measures of job strengths and weaknesses within each facet tell practitioners where improvements can be made. The job satisfaction survey questions are designed in an easy-to-answer format that is easily understood by all levels of employees.

It is more global, more evaluative, and uses a longer time perspective than the JDI. As a result, it has been found to consistently correlate more highly with such global measures as intention to leave, life satisfaction, identification with the work organization, and trust in management.

The JIG asks 18 questions which can be answered in just a few minutes. The JIG questions are included with the JDI so that employers can gauge both overall employee satisfactions as well as job satisfaction within different facets of the work environment. Also included are questions on gender, type of organization, and tenure used for internal research purposes only. The services offer invaluable tools to let upper management within any organization get a feel for the true pulse and heartbeat of its life blood, which of course is its employees.

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Job Descriptive Index

How satisfied are you at your job? The Job Descriptive Index can tell you! But, think about it: DO you like your job? Do I like my co-workers? Is my boss nice to me? Am I being paid enough?

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The effects of biographical variables on job satisfaction among nurses. Experimental items were developed by the JDI research group for each facet of the JDI in order to replace any items that no longer functioned well. For, irrespective of whichever JS instrument is being used, percent of the overall variance in JS remains unexplained. Int J Nurs Stud. Development of the physician satisfaction survey instrument. We are pleased to announce that, for the first time, the JDI family of scales can be used free of charge with no strings attached.

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