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Job satisfaction : application, assessment, cause, and consequences
The Nature of Job Satisfaction The Assessment of Job Satisfaction How People Feel about Work Antecedents of Job Satisfaction Potential Effects of Job Satisfaction Concluding Remarks
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Measurement of human service staff satisfaction: Development of the Job Satisfaction Survey
  • P. Spector
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • American journal of community psychology
  • 1 December 1985
The development of the Job Satisfaction Survey (JSS), a nine-subscale measure of employee job satisfaction applicable specifically to human service, public, and nonprofit sector organizations, isExpand
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The Role of Justice in Organizations: A Meta-Analysis
Abstract The correlates of distributive, procedural, and interactional justice were examined using 190 studies samples, totaling 64,757 participants. We found the distinction between the threeExpand
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Development of four self-report measures of job stressors and strain: Interpersonal Conflict at Work Scale, Organizational Constraints Scale, Quantitative Workload Inventory, and Physical Symptoms
  • P. Spector, S. Jex
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Journal of occupational health psychology
  • 1998
Despite the widespread use of self-report measures of both job-related stressors and strains, relatively few carefully developed scales for which validity data exist are available. In this article,Expand
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Development of the Work Locus of Control Scale
The development of the Work Locus of Control Scale (WLCS), a 16-item measure of generalized control beliefs in work settings, is described. Included is a discussion of item selection, norms,Expand
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The dimensionality of counterproductivity: Are all counterproductive behaviors created equal?
Most studies of counterproductive work behavior (CWB) assess it as one or two overall dimensions that might obscure relationships of potential antecedents with more speciWc forms of behavior. AExpand
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Method Variance in Organizational Research
It has become widely accepted that correlations between variables measured with the same method, usually self-report surveys, are inflated due to the action of common method variance (CMV), despite aExpand
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Counterproductive work behavior (CWB) in response to job stressors and organizational justice: Some mediator and moderator tests for autonomy and emotions
Abstract Relations among job stressors, perceived justice, negative emotional reactions to work, counterproductive work behavior (CWB), autonomy, and affective traits were investigated. ParticipantsExpand
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An emotion-centered model of voluntary work behavior: Some parallels between counterproductive work behavior and organizational citizenship behavior
Abstract We present a model that integrates findings from several areas to explain in parallel the voluntary acts of counterproductive work behavior (CWB) and organizational citizenship behaviorExpand
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