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The JDI and related scales are frequently used by academic researchers and workplace professionals as a means of measuring employee attitudes such as job satisfaction. These scales are easy to administer, easy to read, simple in format, and scores may be compared to those from a nationally-representative sample of United States workers. You can download the JDI and related scales, free of charge, for use in your research study or workplace development project.
Download the JDI and related scales now! Comprised of numerous faculty members and Ph. To encourage the use of the scales, the scales are available for you to use free of charge. Products and services related to our scales are available for purchase, and proceeds help to fund efforts in the future. Development and determination of JDI and JIG nationally representative overall and subgroup norms is described in a forthcoming article Gillespie, et al. These norm tables are provided in an effort to make the full revised measurement system widely available for use in research and practice.
The norm tables are copyrighted by Bowling Green State University and can be referenced by the Journal of Managerial Psychology article. It is strongly recommended that researchers and workplace professionals acquire the Quick Reference Guide prior to administering the JDI or other scales. These documents describe the development, validity, and reliability of the scales, as well as the proper administration, scoring, and interpretation of the scales. We offer solutions that can help you quickly recode your data for interpretation automated scoring and even compare scores from your sample to scores obtained from a large-scale, nationally-representative sample of United States workers norm-referenced scoring.
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Obtaining and using the Job Descriptive Index and related scales The JDI and related scales are frequently used by academic researchers and workplace professionals as a means of measuring employee attitudes such as job satisfaction. The Job Descriptive Index is deed to measure employees' satisfaction with their jobs. The JDI is comprised of five facets, including satisfaction with: coworkers, the work itself, pay, opportunities for promotion, and supervision.
The JIG is a measure of global satisfaction, meaning that participants are asked to think about how satisfied they are with their job in a broad, overall sense.
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