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A comprehensive list of 38 organizational and job characteristics that one may or may not consider when evaluating an organization

as a potential employer; can be used in research and surveys pertaining to organizational behavior. - Technology Level: The extent to which the organization invests in modern technology and equipment - Market Position: The competitive position the organization holds in its markets - Recognition: The amount of recognition provided to employees by the organization - Vacation: Whether the organization provides significantly more paid holiday/vacation time than other organizations - Work-Life Balance: The extent to which the organization encourages and is a leader in work-life balance - Senior Leadership Reputation: The quality of the organization's senior leadership - Customer Prestige: The opportunity to interact with important or prestigious clients and customers - 'Exceptional Employer' Recognition: The organization has consistently been recognized by third-party organizations as a great employer - Development Opportunity: The developmental opportunities provided by the job and organization - Environmental Responsibility: The organization's level of commitment to environmental health and sustainability - Respect: The degree of respect that the organization shows employees - Level of Impact: The level of direct impact the job has on business outcomes - Well Known Product Brand: The level of awareness in the marketplace for the organization's brand(s) - Empowerment: The level of involvement employees have in decisions that affect their job and career - Innovative Work: The opportunity provided by the job to work on innovative, 'leading edge' projects - Job-Interests Alignment: Whether the job responsibilities match your interests - Retirement Benefits: The comprehensiveness of the organization's retirement benefits - Camaraderie: Whether the organization provides opportunities to socialize with other employees

- Diversity: The organization's level of commitment to hiring a diverse workforce - Stability: The level of stability of the organization and the job - Formality of Work Environment: Whether the organization maintains a casual work environment - Business Travel: The amount of out-of-town business travel required by the job - People Management: The organization's reputation for managing people - Health Benefits: The comprehensiveness of the organization's health benefits - Collegial Work Environment: Whether the work environment is team-oriented and collaborative - Organization Size: The desirability of the organization's workforce size - Compensation: The competitiveness of the job's financial compensation package - Future Career Opportunity: The future career opportunities provided by the organization - Product/Service Quality: Whether the organization's products/services are "world class" - Location: The desirability of job locations offered by the organization - Industry Desirability: The desirability of the organization's industry to you - Ethics/Integrity: The organization's commitment to corporate ethics and integrity - Manager Quality: The quality of the organization's managers - Coworker Quality: The quality of the coworkers in the organization - Social Responsibility: The organization's level of commitment to social responsibility (e.g. community service, philanthropy, etc) - Meritocracy: Whether or not employees are promoted based on their achievements - Risk Taking: The amount of risk that the organization encourages employees to take while supporting them even after failure - Growth Rate: The growth rate of the organization's business