Chronically Dissatisfied: Work Characteristics, Personal Expectations And Job Satisfaction: Empirical Evidence In Young Italian Workers

Job satisfaction is the degree to which people like their jobs. Companies are interested in job satisfaction of their employees, because it is positively correlated with certain desired outcomes and contributes to reduce significantly the rate of absenteeism and job turnover. Job satisfaction needs to be divided into three separate but related components: the overall opinion about the job, affective experience at work, beliefs about the job itself, and can be considered as a global feeling about the job or as a related constellation of attitudes about various aspects or facets of the job.

Provided by: Munich Personal Repec Archive Topic: CXO Date Added: Jan 2011 Format: PDF

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