8.Job-Design

Feedbacktowhatextentdoesthejobitselfprovideyouwith

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Unformatted text preview: ­­­ 7 Not very significant; the outcomes of my work are not likely to have important effects on other people. Moderately significant Highly significant; the outcomes of my work can affect other people in very important ways. Autonomy: How much autonomy is there in your job? That is to what extent does your job permit you to decide on your own how to go about doing the work? 1 ­­­­­­ 2 ­­­­­­ 3 ­­­­­ 4 ­­­­­­ 5 ­­­­­­ 6 ­­­­­­ 7 Very little; the job gives me almost no personal say about how and when the work is done. Moderate autonomy; I make some decisions Very much; the job gives me almost complete responsibility for deciding how and when the work is done. Feedback: To what extent does the job itself provide you with information about your work performance? That is, does the actual work itself provide clues about how well you are doing – aside from any feedback coworkers or supervisors may provide? 1 ­­­­­­ 2 ­­­­­­ 3 ­­­­­ 4 ­­­­­­ 5 ­­­­­­ 6 ­­­­­­ 7 Very little; the job itself is set up so I could work forever without finding how well I am doing. Moderately; sometimes I get feed­ back Very much; the job is set up so tha...
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