Job satisfaction and values: A comparison between non-traditional workers and traditional workers

DE SIMONE, SILVIA;MONDO, MARINA
2010

Abstract

While non-traditional work is spreading in Europe (Brewster, Mayne and Tregaskis, 1997: 32), an increasing flow of psychological literature has focused its attention on the negative effects of flexible work on the individuals (e.g. Sverke, Hellgren and Näswall, 2002:7; De Cuyper and De Witte, 2006: 13). This paper will report findings from a study which explored job satisfaction and personal values on a sample of 299 participants, selected from both permanent and flexible workers, employed in Public Organizations. Findings highlight that non-traditional workers express greater openness to change and job satisfaction, than traditional ones.
eng
Boundaryless Careers and Occupational Wellbeing
Michela Cortini, et.al.
Giancarlo Tanucci, Michela Cortini, Estelle Morin
203
216
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Palgrave McMillian
London
GBR
978-0230281851
978-0230236608
Esperti anonimi
internazionale
Scientifica
Flexibility; non-traditional work; job satisfaction; personal values
no
info:eu-repo/semantics/bookPart
2.1 Contributo in volume (Capitolo o Saggio)
DE SIMONE, Silvia; Mondo, Marina
2 Contributo in Volume::2.1 Contributo in volume (Capitolo o Saggio)
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