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REPREP
RotationRotation
EngineersEngineers
ProgramProgram
Job SatisfactionJob Satisfaction
Erv ThomasErv Thomas
May 18,...
REPREP
RotationRotation
EngineersEngineers
ProgramProgram
Rotation Engineers Program
InstructionsInstructions
 Rate your ...
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EngineersEngineers
ProgramProgram
Rotation Engineers Program
Job ValuesJob Values
1.1. ____Work im...
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EngineersEngineers
ProgramProgram
Rotation Engineers Program
Job DutiesJob Duties
1.1. ____Doing m...
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ProgramProgram
Rotation Engineers Program
Work RelationshipsWork Relationships
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Personal/Professional GrowthPersonal/...
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ScoringScoring
 ____Overall Total Sc...
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ProgramProgram
Rotation Engineers Program
SummarySummary
 Job ValuesJob Values...
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EngineersEngineers
ProgramProgram
Rotation Engineers Program
AcknowledgementsAcknowledgements
 Un...
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AcknowledgementsAcknowledgements
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  1. 1. ®® REPREP RotationRotation EngineersEngineers ProgramProgram Job SatisfactionJob Satisfaction Erv ThomasErv Thomas May 18, 2004May 18, 2004
  2. 2. REPREP RotationRotation EngineersEngineers ProgramProgram Rotation Engineers Program InstructionsInstructions  Rate your response on the following foils on aRate your response on the following foils on a scale of 0-4:scale of 0-4: 4= always true4= always true 3= usually true3= usually true 2= occasionally true2= occasionally true 1= rarely true1= rarely true 0= not true0= not true
  3. 3. REPREP RotationRotation EngineersEngineers ProgramProgram Rotation Engineers Program Job ValuesJob Values 1.1. ____Work importance. The work that I do is____Work importance. The work that I do is important to my organizationimportant to my organization 2.2. ____Organization values. I agree and support the____Organization values. I agree and support the values of my organizationvalues of my organization 3.3. ____Product/service value. The product/service that my____Product/service value. The product/service that my organization provides is valuable to meorganization provides is valuable to me 4.4. ____Policies/procedures. Organizational____Policies/procedures. Organizational policies/procedures, compensation and benefits are fairpolicies/procedures, compensation and benefits are fair and reasonableand reasonable 5.5. ____Quality work. Quality work is important in my____Quality work. Quality work is important in my organizationorganization ____Total____Total
  4. 4. REPREP RotationRotation EngineersEngineers ProgramProgram Rotation Engineers Program Job DutiesJob Duties 1.1. ____Doing my best. In my job, I am doing what I do____Doing my best. In my job, I am doing what I do best at least 60% of the timebest at least 60% of the time 2.2. ____Right resources. I have the right materials,____Right resources. I have the right materials, resources or tools to do my jobresources or tools to do my job 3.3. ____Making decisions. I am able to make key decisions____Making decisions. I am able to make key decisions that directly affect my workthat directly affect my work 4.4. ____Expectations. I know what is expected of me at____Expectations. I know what is expected of me at workwork 5.5. ____Interest. I am interested in the work I do____Interest. I am interested in the work I do ____Total____Total
  5. 5. REPREP RotationRotation EngineersEngineers ProgramProgram Rotation Engineers Program Work RelationshipsWork Relationships 1.1. ____Trust. I trust my boss and the senior____Trust. I trust my boss and the senior management of my organizationmanagement of my organization 2.2. ____Contribution recognized. The contribution of____Contribution recognized. The contribution of my work is noticed and affirmedmy work is noticed and affirmed 3.3. ____Friends at work. I have one or more good friends at____Friends at work. I have one or more good friends at workwork 4.4. ____Conflict resolution. Conflicts between employees____Conflict resolution. Conflicts between employees and/or managers are resolved in a fair and timelyand/or managers are resolved in a fair and timely mannermanner 5.5. ____Work independence. There is a reasonable balance____Work independence. There is a reasonable balance between having freedom/independence and beingbetween having freedom/independence and being supervised in my jobsupervised in my job ____Total____Total
  6. 6. REPREP RotationRotation EngineersEngineers ProgramProgram Rotation Engineers Program Personal/Professional GrowthPersonal/Professional Growth 1.1. ____Ideas for improvement. My ideas for____Ideas for improvement. My ideas for improvement are seriously consideredimprovement are seriously considered 2.2. ____Personal growth. I experience personal and/or____Personal growth. I experience personal and/or occupational growth in my workoccupational growth in my work 3.3. ____Future security. There is a future for me in my____Future security. There is a future for me in my organizationorganization 4.4. ____Organizational stability. The future of my____Organizational stability. The future of my organization appears secure or stableorganization appears secure or stable 5.5. ____Learning Opportunity. There are opportunities____Learning Opportunity. There are opportunities available to me to enhance my professional skillsavailable to me to enhance my professional skills ____Total____Total
  7. 7. REPREP RotationRotation EngineersEngineers ProgramProgram Rotation Engineers Program ScoringScoring  ____Overall Total Score____Overall Total Score 60-80= Good job fit60-80= Good job fit 50-59= Reasonable job fit50-59= Reasonable job fit 40-49= Marginal job fit40-49= Marginal job fit 0-39= Poor job fit0-39= Poor job fit
  8. 8. REPREP RotationRotation EngineersEngineers ProgramProgram Rotation Engineers Program SummarySummary  Job ValuesJob Values – Importance of work. What legacy will you leave?Importance of work. What legacy will you leave?  Job DutiesJob Duties – Intuitive compatibility w/ work. Match between duties andIntuitive compatibility w/ work. Match between duties and aptitudesaptitudes  Work RelationshipsWork Relationships – Environment or ‘chemistry. How do you fit in the relationalEnvironment or ‘chemistry. How do you fit in the relational culture?culture?  Personal/Professional growthPersonal/Professional growth – Incentives for improvement and challenge. FutureIncentives for improvement and challenge. Future achievement vs boredom of routine tasksachievement vs boredom of routine tasks
  9. 9. REPREP RotationRotation EngineersEngineers ProgramProgram Rotation Engineers Program AcknowledgementsAcknowledgements  Unless the tree grows it diesUnless the tree grows it dies – Healthy things growHealthy things grow – Balanced things don’t breakBalanced things don’t break  UC Davis Spring 2004UC Davis Spring 2004
  10. 10. REPREP RotationRotation EngineersEngineers ProgramProgram Rotation Engineers Program AcknowledgementsAcknowledgements  Unless the tree grows it diesUnless the tree grows it dies – Healthy things growHealthy things grow – Balanced things don’t breakBalanced things don’t break  UC Davis Spring 2004UC Davis Spring 2004

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