A questionnaire evaluating different dimensions of job satisfaction related to overall satisfaction is the job satisfaction survey. The job satisfaction of the employees’ is directly related to the performance of the employees at their organization hence it becomes inevitable for organizations to know about the job satisfaction of their employees.
Assessment of employees by job satisfaction survey dates back to 1930s and since then has evolved with new theories. Affect theory, Dispositional approach, Equity theory, Discrepancy theory, two-factor theory and job characteristic theory are models on the basis of which job satisfaction survey is conducted. Environmental factors, Individual factors and psychological well being are the essential factors in determining job satisfaction. Employers can work upon different methods to improve the efficiency of their organization by deriving results from the job satisfaction survey. The prediction of how long will an employee stay at the present organization can be determined with the job satisfaction survey.
The following article will discuss researched reports on a job satisfaction survey. Conducting surveys, reports and different parameters for analysis of the reports will also be discussed.
This is one of the standard templates of a job satisfaction survey conducted by different organisations. Besides the basic details the employees are expected to answer the multiple choice questions with four answers viz. strongly agree, moderately agree, strongly disagree and moderately disagree. Depending upon the number of questions and the size of the organization, it can take up to fifteen minutes for the survey to finish. The data obtained from the survey can be used to obtain specific information regarding the job satisfaction of the employees.
The compilation of job satisfaction survey data results into the formation of job satisfaction report. In total five objectives are covered under this report and the questionnaire of the survey was divided into five parts with questions of open-ended and close-ended types. Despite being distributed to all the employees of the institute, only one hundred and five respondents took the survey and hence data was calculated & summarized accordingly.
Job training is a crucial aspect of an employee’s overall experience in any organization. The above report is formulated from the data of Job Training and Job Satisfaction survey. Summary rating scale with six choices per question ranging from “disagree very much” to “agree very much” was used. This report is an interesting study carried out in a 43 item, nine facet scale to assess employee attitude about the aspect of job and job training.
This survey is one of the simplest ways of self-evaluating job satisfaction by any employee. The Yes & No answering options to thirty common questions regarding job satisfaction give one a clear idea about their satisfaction at the job. At the end of the survey a scale is provided to evaluate the job with simple calculations and conclude whether it is a great job, a good job, ok job, bad job or a depressing job.
The contact centre job satisfaction survey has broken down the four main aspects of a role into their component parts. In this way, the respondents have answered about the remuneration and benefits offered as most important to least important and very satisfied to least satisfied. Thus it simplifies the quantification and doesn’t require much explanation. The fifty-five-page report of the survey has been embraced due to its attempt to measure something so complex and varied.
The aim to develop this faculty job satisfaction survey was to assess, in a comprehensive and quantitative way faculty’s work-related life. This survey report not only provides interesting data about the job satisfaction of the faculty but also provides an actionable diagnosis. This survey successfully served its purpose of enlightening academic leaders about the experiences and concerns of faculty and provided data that can lead to appropriate actions to improve the quality of work life for faculty.
This is one of its kind survey designed for the teachers of the school to understand their enthusiasm about teaching and motivation at work. The survey includes a varied range of questions that can help decode the mental frame of a teacher and his/her sincerity towards the work. The report of this survey can help management in taking the crucial decision regarding the worthiness of teachers teaching in different grades and at the same time provide an opportunity to bring about major changes that will eventually result in improving the morale and motivation of teachers
A standard survey was modified to analyze faculty response from newly joined, mid-career, senior tenured and near retirement faculty. It intended to determine employee’s level of satisfaction with various aspects of college along with employee’s knowledge of institutional governance structure, their representative in college committees and involvement in the work area. The result of this survey was used to identify areas of employee satisfaction and dissatisfaction as well as to make recommendations for improvement.
This is an editable word document file containing the Job Satisfaction survey for employees. The evaluation ranges from disagreeing very much to agree very much. The questions can be modified or added as per the sector of employment such as education, manufacturing, banking etc. No specific evaluation parameters are provided but one can understand the satisfaction of an employee or of a group of employees from the answers in the questionnaire.
The above document is one of the general job satisfaction survey summaries of employees. It has five scoring scales with one scale being undecided. Evaluations have been done on different parameters such as work & workplace, supervisor & management, benefits & rewards, recognition and communication.