Human resources management directed at improving job satisfaction has become a subject of growing interest in both the professional world and the academic world, and is justified by the impact that satisfaction has on business performance. The main objective of this work is to determine empirically the factors that have an impact on the satisfaction of Spanish workers, as well as to compare the existence of differences in the key dimensions of satisfaction according to workers' gender. Of the study sample, only information pertaining to Spain was selected. Of specific cases, per cent were male and A factor analysis was conducted on those variables which could impact on an individual's job satisfaction. The results obtained in this research show that the job satisfaction of Spanish workers is an element that is susceptible to improvement.
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Visibles en:. In order to identify and describe the features distinguish QWL studies from other types of studies often undertaken in organizational settings Motivation; Satisfaction; Organizational Climate; Organizational Culture , four variables inherent to all five types of study: a objectives; b focal point; c method and; d scope were compared. Results indicated that all 5 studies use the same or similar research methods and, with the exception of organizational culture studies, the results of all are usually expressed in terms of an attitude satisfaction or insatisfaction. Results also revealed that QWL studies present a larger number of objetives, focus on a greater number of psicosocial indicators and take into account situations and conditions within the work setting as well as in other life settings, making QVVL studies useful when a precise, extensive vision of the situation is required. Adams, S. Inequity in social exchange.
Job satisfaction: empirical evidence of gender differences