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Becoming an Extraordinary Manager by Len Sandler

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Appendix:Job Satisfaction Survey Details

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Analysis of Nonexempt Results

“Importance to Me in My Job” Ranked by Order of Importance

1. “Sense of accomplishment”—Critical, well met

2. “Pay”—Critical, somewhat met

3. “Doing challenging work”—Critical, somewhat met

4. “Making use of my abilities”—Critical, somewhat met

5. “Recognition for good work”—Critical, somewhat met

6. “Feeling of achievement”—Very important, well met

7. “Job security”—Very important, unmet

8. “Promotion and advancement”—Very important, unmet

9. “Sense of competence”—Very important, ...

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