This study examined the relationship among perceived job characteristics, job evaluation factors, and salary in twenty jobs from two job families. The Job Diagnostic Survey (JDS) and the Job Characteristics Inventory (JCI) were used to assess job characteristics. The results revealed high agreement across the 445 individuals who described their jobs, but substantial divergence between pairs of common dimensions across instruments in their relationship with job worth. While the major findings are consistent with previous research on the relationship between job characteristics and job worth, it is proposed that job‐level explanations for the motivating properties of jobs are conceptually limited The concept of job‐role differentiation (Ilgen & Hollenbeck, 1991) was offered as a potentially useful explanatory mechanism for understanding the structure of work, particularly those concepts pertaining to motivation and satisfaction.
Marchese, M.C. (1998), "SOME FACTORS AFFECTING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN JOB CHARACTERISTICS AND JOB WORTH: A JOB‐ROLE INTERPRETATION", The International Journal of Organizational Analysis, Vol. 6 No. 4, pp. 355-369. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb028891Download as .RIS
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