job satisfaction

Publication date: 9 May 2017 | Publication type: Journal article/book/chapter | Theme: Education & Labour | Authors: Bryson, A, Forth, J, Stokes, L | Journal: Human Relations Vol. 70 Issue 8
This article uses linked employer–employee data to investigate the relationship between employees’ subjective well-being and workplace performance in Britain. The analyses show a clear, positive and statistically significant relationship between the average level of job satisfaction at the...
Publication date: 22 May 2015 | Publication type: NIESR Discussion Paper | Theme: Employment & Social policy | Authors: Bryson, A, Forth, J, Stokes, L
This paper uses linked employer-employee data to investigate the relationship between employees’ subjective well-being and workplace performance in Britain. The analyses show a clear, positive and statistically-significant relationship between the average level of job satisfaction at the workplace...
Publication date: 30 Sep 2013 | Publication type: NIESR Discussion Paper | Theme: Trade, Investment & Productivity, Employment & Social policy | Authors: Bryson, A | External authors: White, M. | NIESR discussion paper number: 412
The links between unionisation and job satisfaction remain controversial. In keeping with the existing literature we find strong statistically significant negative correlations between unionisation and overall job satisfaction. However, in contrast to the previous literature we find that once one...
Publication date: 24 Sep 2013 | Publication type: Conference and seminar output | Theme: Employment & Social policy | Authors: Bryson, A | External authors: White, M.
The links between unionisation and job satisfaction remain controversial. In keeping with the existing literature we find strong statistically significant negative correlations between unionisation and overall job satisfaction. However, in contrast to the previous literature we find that once one...
Publication date: 20 Mar 2012 | Publication type: NIESR Discussion Paper | Theme: Trade, Investment & Productivity, Employment & Social policy | Authors: Bryson, A | External authors: Barmby, T. and Eberth, B. | JEL classification: J24; J28 | NIESR discussion paper number: 390
Using a model of wage determination developed by Stevens (2003) we offer an explanation of why tenure has a negative effect when entered in job satisfaction equations. If job satisfaction measures match quality, then the explanation follows from a model of the labour market in which workers...
Publication date: 19 Mar 2012 | Publication type: Conference and seminar output | Theme: Employment & Social policy | Authors: Bryson, A | External authors: Barmby, T. and Eberth, B. | JEL classification: j24; j28
Using a model of wage determination developed by Stevens (2003) we offer an explanation of why tenure has a negative effect when entered in job satisfaction equations. If job satisfaction measures match quality, then the explanation follows from a model of the labour market in which workers...
Publication date: 1 Oct 2011 | Publication type: NIESR Discussion Paper | Theme: Trade, Investment & Productivity, Employment & Social policy | Authors: Bryson, A | External authors: Bockerman, P. and Ilmakunnas, P. | JEL classification: I10; J28; J81; M52; M53; M54 | NIESR discussion paper number: 380
Employees exposed to high involvement management (HIM) practices have higher subjective wellbeing, fewer accidents but more short absence spells than 'like' employees not exposed to HIM. These results are robust to extensive work, wage and sickness absence history controls. We present a...