This paper reports results from an empirical, field-based exploration of the components of groups member satisfaction. Items included in the instrument were identified via literature review. Additionally, a group brainstorming session with supervisory and middle management level employees of a large high technology firm was used too supplement items identified from the literature. The resulting instrument, with a focus on both within-meeting as well as pre- and post-meeting aspects of group work, was administered to a convenience sample of 166 respondents from the high technology firm. Results of factor and reliability analyses are reported. This project is part of a program of research examining group member satisfaction from the psychological perspective of closure.