Temporary Employment , Job Satisfaction and Subjective Well-being

@inproceedings{Dawson2016TemporaryE,
  title={Temporary Employment , Job Satisfaction and Subjective Well-being},
  author={Chris O Dawson and Michail Veliziotis and Benjamin R Hopkins},
  year={2016}
}
This paper is concerned with whether employees on temporary contracts in Britain report lower well-being than those on permanent contracts, and whether this relationship is mediated by differences in dimensions of job satisfaction. Previous research has identified a well-being gap between permanent and temporary employees but has not addressed what individual and contract specific characteristics contribute to this observed difference. Using data from the British Household Panel Survey, this… CONTINUE READING

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