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Title: Determinantes multidimensionales en la calidad percibida del empleo. Evidencia empírica para España
Other Titles: Multidimensional determinants of perceived work quality. Empirical evidence from Spain
Author: Díaz Chao, Ángel
Ficapal Cusi, Pilar
Torrent Sellens, Joan  
Others: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya. Internet Interdisciplinary Institute (IN3)
Keywords: quality of work life
overall work satisfaction
work organization
structural equations model (SEM)
Issue Date: 30-Apr-2015
Publisher: Revista Internacional de Sociologia
Citation: Díaz Chao, Á., Ficapal Cusí, P., & Torrent Sellens, J. (2015). Determinantes multidimensionales en la calidad percibida del empleo. Evidencia empírica para España. Revista Internacional De Sociologia, 73(1) doi:10.3989/ris.2013.03.25
Also see: http://revintsociologia.revistas.csic.es/index.php/revintsociologia/article/download/612/648
Abstract: Through a representative sample of 8.755 employees in 2010, and using a structural equations model (SEM), this article analyzes empirically the multidimensional determinants (direct effects) of the perceived work quality in Spain. The research concludes that the perceived work quality combines a broad set of explanatory dimensions that are linked with de workplace itself (intrinsic work quality, organization, access and inclusion, and compensations), but also with their environment and labor relations (social relations, work intensity, skills and training, and health and safety). Therefore, the public employment policies for ending the economic crisis should not only address the quality or workplace, but also meet the dimensions related to their environment and labor relations.
Language: Spanish
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/92832
ISSN: 1988-429XMIAR

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