JDI QUESTIONNAIRE PDF

We use cookies to provide you with the best experience and to help improve our website. View Privacy Statement. 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.

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The Job Descriptive Index JDI is a item instrument designed to measure five dimensions of job satisfaction: satisfaction with supervision, coworkers, pay, promotional opportunities, and the work itself. This instrument has been revised in , , and most recently in Specifically, JDI measures five facets of job-related satisfaction: work itself, supervision, pay, promotions, and coworkers.

The original item pool was generated by means of extensive interviews with employees, content analyses of existing instruments, and content analyses Skip to main content Skip to table of contents. This service is more advanced with JavaScript available. Contents Search. Job Descriptive Index. How to cite. This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access.

Buckley, M. Measurement issues concerning the use of inventories of job satisfaction. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 52 3 , — Google Scholar. Drasgow, F. Equivalence of psychological measurement in heterogeneous populations. Journal of Applied Psychology, 70 4 , — Donovan, M. Does computerizing paper-and-pencil job attitude scales make a difference?

New IRT analyses offer insight. Journal of Applied Psychology, 85 2 , — Johnson, S. Response format of the JDI: Assessment of reliability and validity by the multitrait-multimethod matrix.

Journal of Applied Psychology, 67 , — Jung, K. Stability of the factor structure of the job descriptive index. Academy of Management Journal, 29 3 , — Kantor, J. The effects of computer administration and identification on the job descriptive index JDI.

Journal of Business and Psychology, 5 3 , — Kinicki, A. Assessing the construct validity of the job descriptive index: A review and meta-analysis. Journal of Applied Psychology, 87 1 , 14— Roznowski, M. Examination of the measurement properties of the job descriptive index with experimental items. Journal of Applied Psychology, 74 5 , — Smith, P.

The measurement of satisfaction in work and retirement: A strategy for the study of attitudes. Chicago: Rand McNally. Yeager, S. Dimensionality of the JDI. American Management Journal, 24 1 , —

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