INDIVIDUAL PERCEPTIONS OF JOB CHARACTERISTICS: A LONGITUDINAL VIEW.
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The paper reports on a study that investigated the extent to which individual perceptions of job characteristics are stable over time. Data were collected from a sample of manufacturing employees at two points in time approximately 3 months apart. Results indicated that perceptions of individual job characteristics and overall job dimensionality were relatively stable over the 3-month interval. Implications for job design research are discussed.
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