Workplace Job Satisfaction in Britain : Evidence from Linked Employer-Employee Data *

  title={Workplace Job Satisfaction in Britain : Evidence from Linked Employer-Employee Data *},
  author={Getinet Astatike Haile},
Workplace Job Satisfaction in Britain: Evidence from Linked Employer-Employee Data This paper examines the determinants of job satisfaction in Britain using nationally representative linked employer-employee data (WERS2004) and alternative econometric techniques. It uses eight facets of job satisfaction for the purpose. As well as underscoring the importance of accounting for unobserved workplace heterogeneity, the paper is able to highlight some new findings that relate to differential effects… CONTINUE READING


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