Afrikaans

Questions:

(Answer YES or NO to the following questions)

1)
Does your work stimulate you collectively at a knowledge, skills, vocation, interest, and personality level?
2)
Does your work excite you and when you get up in the morning, are you in a positive frame of mind about going to work?
3)
Does your line manager set clear goals for you?
4)
Do you feel you have the necessary skills and knowledge to do your work efficiently?
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Do you know what skills you need to develop and what knowledge needs to be broadened?
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Do you have opportunities to develop those skills and broaden your knowledge?
5)
Do you get feedback about your performance and progress by means of informal discussion or a performance management system and does it include positive feedback as well as constructive criticism?
6)
Do you feel that your work offers you challenges in the form of having to tackle new tasks and being able to do interesting things that allow you to grow in your work and to grow personally?
7)
Are you empowered to make the decisions that need to be taken and that form part of your responsibilities?
8)
Do you feel your work allows for a healthy balance between work and life? Yes (1) / No
9)
Are your skills, abilities and potential being used optimally at work?
10)
Do you have the opportunity to come forward with new proposals?
11)
Does your job offer you security in terms of benefits, salary and a future in the company?
12)
Can you identify with your company’s values and culture?
13)
Is there regular communication and do you feel that you are informed about your company’s goals and strategies?
14)
Do organisational politics influence you negatively
15)
Do you have good relations with your colleagues and manager? (“Good relations” mean, among others, that people treat each other with respect and that communication is open and honest.)
16)
Do you feel your daily stress is normal; in other words, is it healthy pressure that keeps you motivated?