This questionnaire provides you with an opportunity to describe your feelings and thoughts about your work and how you cope with the demands it places on you.
There are a series of questions in each of six categories relating to stress: the demands of your job, the control you have over your work, the support you receive, the working relationships you have, your role and responsibilities, and any change processes that affect you. In each case, you will be asked to indicate whether you agree or disagree with a particular statement and/or will be asked to describe the situation from your point of view.
There are no 'right' or 'wrong' answers and no 'good' or 'bad' choices. Answer openly and honestly by indicating how you actually feel and not how you believe you should feel. Make sure that you consider and respond to each question. If the space in a ‘Comments’ section is not sufficient, please continue on a separate sheet of paper, taking note of the question number.
Brief description of duties:
Do you feel you have just the right amount of work to do (i.e. not too much or too little) within your working hours?
Do you feel that you are able to fulfil the tasks and responsibilities of your job?
Have you had sufficient training to do your job?
Are there any problems with your work environment (e.g. excessive noise, temperature extremes, etc.)?
Do you feel you have control over your pace of work?
Are you included to an adequate extent in decision-making which impacts on your working practices and priorities?
Do you feel you are using your skills to full effect?
Are you encouraged to use your own initiative?...