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Overview

Occupational Motivators (OM) is designed to match individuals to jobs based on their preferences. It describes an individual on 16 different motivators relevant to work, but can also be useful at home, in school or with friends.

Primary Factors

Accumulation

The need to collect, stockpile or acquire more things.

Enjoyment

The need to enjoy sensory delights, experiences and expression.

Acceptance

The need to be appreciated and recognised by others.

Curiosity

The need to learn and gain knowledge.

Activity

The need for body movement and activity.

Power

The need for control of one’s environment including the people surrounding oneself.

Contact

The need for companionship and belonging.

Honor

The need to uphold one’s principles and values.

Order

The need for prepared, established and conventional environments.

Remuneration

The need to improve one’s situation in the material world.

Family

The need to be available, care for and protect loved ones.

Idealism

The need to achieve one’s ideals.

Security

The need to feel protected, safe and peaceful.

Victory

The need to compete and win against others.

Status

The need to be given attention and preferential treatment.

Independence

The need to be self-reliant and free from others’ control.

Quick Facts

1 version available.

  • OM Extended

Administrative Details

Duration : There is no time limit for the OM, although it usually takes 15-30mins to complete.
Norms : Singapore adult population norms
Reports : Individual Interpretive Report

OM Sample Reports

OM Manual

OM Individual Interpretive Report
Available Upon Request.