Wow. Hmmm. . .
- I have the tools I need to be able to do my job. (reference manuals, databases, etc)
- I am intellectually challenged
- My performance measures are achievable without having to activate my super-hero powers
- I am not overwhelmed, overstressed, etc
- I am appreciated by the company and my management team
- I am able to provide a reasonable standard of living for myself, and have reasonable benefits, including healthcare and time off
- I am afforded the opportunity to have meaningful input into decisions
- I am not patronized
- My work environment is esthetically-pleasing
- My work environment is not too cold or too hot, too bright or too dark
- No pettiness!
- I am treated fairly in comparison to my peers
- My employer truly supports making accommodations for persons with disabilities
- No micromanagement
- Performance measures: we measure things that really matter
- I am doing something I want to be doing, and the purpose is clear to me
- My immediate supervisor is willing to pitch in and help out when we are short-staffed
- My co-workers are decent
- My commute time is less than 45 minutes, one way
That's probably not everything, but it is the main things. Quite a lot, huh? They are not in any particular order.