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Title: La felicidad en el trabajo: un logro multifactorial
Author: Medrano Rodríguez, Clara
Tutor: Boada-Grau, Joan  
Keywords: job satisfaction
work happiness
Issue Date: 16-Jul-2019
Abstract: Literature on the importance of happiness in the job industry has developed substantially in the last few decades and has become one of the most important aspect of analysis in that field. When we study the work environment and all the relevant matters of quality job development, there is a substantial focus on happiness itself as the key factor in the development of improved work strategies. The focus of the present study is the aspects that may occur to affect the worker and the perception of those expectations from an insight view and an external analysis too. Comparing workers located in many different countries around the globe (Europe, Asia, America), this study to assess the differences in work satisfaction in different working environments. It assesses wither they are related to workers' job position, responsibilities, work conditions, and also projects this analysis to a further understanding of the implications these conditions have in the wider working environment and the subsequent overall employee satisfaction. The main analysis of this study assesses the importance of the relationship between work position, responsibilities, working conditions (salary aspects, benefits), working relationships between colleagues and superiors (analyzing their leadership) and communication aspects, within their satisfaction levels at work. This overs both professional and personal aspects. The study results show the increasing importance of satisfaction at work, the effect this may have in working performance and how taking care of worker satisfaction should be the main priority and working development strategy.
Language: Spanish
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