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Low pay, higher pay and job satisfaction within the European Union

Luis Diaz-Serrano

Low pay, higher pay and job satisfaction within the European Union

empirical evidence from fourteen countries

by Luis Diaz-Serrano

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Published by IZA in Bonn, Germany .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Luis Diaz-Serrano, José A. Cabral Vieira.
SeriesDiscussion paper ;, no. 1558, Discussion paper (Forschungsinstitut zur Zukunft der Arbeit : Online) ;, no. 1558
ContributionsVieira, José A. Cabral
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD5701
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3477718M
LC Control Number2005617482

Workplaces with pay differentials of 5 or less do not report any. Organisations with average pay ratios of experience higher staff turnover. The report, The High Cost of High Pay, is based on a survey of almost 2, workplaces and reveals the true cost of pay differentials within the workplace. Higher Wages for Low­Income Workers Lead to Higher Productivity by Justin Wolfers and Jan Zilinsky | January 13th, | am Under what circumstances can raising the pay of low­skilled workers at large corporations lead to g en ral im p ov t sd uc y?L h,A fI wages of its lower­paid Size: KB.

  This would help institutional decision makers, employers, and job seekers make better decisions, for instance, by helping users understand the implications of the data—whether on the courses they should offer as an education provider or the skills gaps they should try to fill as a group of employers within an industry. Mobility. The European. This study examines measures of customer satisfaction is six countries within South America: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Peru, and Venezuela over the five-year period through By William Bleuel, PhD, John Robert "Bob" McQuaid Jr., PhD and Demosthenes Vardiabasis, PhD.

Job satisfaction and job performance are not directly linked. Instead effective job performance leads to job-related rewards such as pay raises, promotions etc. If the process for offering these rewards is perceived as fair, receiving these rewards leads to job satisfaction and also higher levels of performance. The results of the I 2-distance analysis indicated that there is a low but statistically significant correlation (r=; p=) between employee satisfaction and patient satisfaction. The cause of such low correlation can be found in the phenomenon that certain health care institutions are rather differently ranked depending on the degree of employee satisfaction and the degree of patient.


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Low pay, higher pay and job satisfaction within the European Union by Luis Diaz-Serrano Download PDF EPUB FB2

We examine differences in job satisfaction between low- and higher-paid workers within the European Union (EU). We use The European Community Household Panel Data covering the period Our results indicate that low paid workers report a lower level of job satisfaction when compared with their higher paid counterparts in most countries Cited by: We examine differences in job satisfaction between low- and higher-paid workers within the European Union (EU).

To do so The European Community Household Panel Data covering the period DMCA Low pay, higher pay and job satisfaction within the European Union: Empirical evidence from fourteen countries (). Low-pay higher pay and job satisfaction within the European Union empirical evidence from fourteen countries Luis Diaz-Serrano♣ National University of Ireland Maynooth, IZA and CREB Jose A.

Cabral Vieira♦ University of the Azores CEEAplA Abstract: We examine differences in job satisfaction between low- and higher-paid. Recently job satisfaction has been used as a proxy for job quality. This paper uses the British Household Panel Study (BHPS) from to to explore further these issues.

First we define low pay using the two thirds of the median classification and examine the levels of overall job and pay satisfaction for the lower and higher paid. This paper investigates whether any significant differences in the job satisfaction of high- and low-paid workers exist in eleven European labour markets.

Using data from six waves () of the ECHP, it is shown that low-paid employees are significantly less satisfied with their jobs compared to the high-paid in the periphery of Low pay European countries, as opposed to those in the North.

The Low Pay Commission sets the national living wage. It is predicted that 15% of the UK workforce will be earning up to or at that level byup from 2% in   Sixty percent of employees rated compensation/pay “very important,” and 36 percent rated it “important,” making it the top contributor to overall employee job satisfaction—up from the No.

So lets make our first assertion, in relation to the question of job satisfaction. 1) workers want collective involvement in decision making.

Research from three years earlier had also shown that job satisfaction does not depend on absolute pay, but on pay relative to others of the same education and job qualification. In Los Angeles, social. job satisfaction is significant and positive. Cabral Vieira () argued that low-pay workers are likely to have low-quality jobs and consequently less job satisfaction and vice versa.

Same is followed by Luddy () that employees earning the lowest income report significantly lower levels of job Size: 1MB. This chapter will summarize current literature on job satisfaction and group cohesion, explore theories related to job satisfaction, and discuss the importance of being aware of employee’s current satisfaction levels.

Throughout this discussion the previously stated definitions of job satisfaction, group, and cohesion will be Size: KB. Start studying MGMT Practice Quiz 3. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.

Which statement is true about the relationship between pay and job satisfaction. Western cultures have higher levels of job satisfaction than those in Eastern cultures. Job Satisfaction and Performance of School Teachers Dr.

Chamundeswari AssociateProfessor, N.K.T. National College of Education for Women, Chennai Email: [email protected] Abstract Teaching is a highly noble profession and teachers are always a boon to the society. TheCited by:   At first glance, it appears that higher pay is associated with higher employee satisfaction, as pictured in the chart below.

Only 10 percent of users making more than $, per year left a one out of five star review, compared to 15 percent of users making less than $30, per year. UK workers have one of the lowest levels of job satisfaction in the world ranking sixth in an international study of 23, employees across eight countries.

Luis Diaz-Serrano & Jose A. Cabral Vieira, "Low-pay higher pay and job satisfaction within the European Union: empirical evidence from fourteen countries," Economics, Finance and Accounting Department Working Paper Series n, Department of Economics, Finance and Accounting, National University of Ireland - Maynooth.

LogEc provides access and usage for services based on the RePEc data set. LogEc is hosted by the Örebro University School of Business. Questions or comments. Please see our explanation of how the statistics are collected or e-mail. Using data from more than retail stores, Fisher et al.

() found a positive relationship between customer satisfaction and the payroll level of associates and managers in the store. Higher wages were also associated with employers having more knowledge about the inventory.

Higher wages reduce disciplinary problems and absenteeism. Mean job satisfaction of low-paid workers MT mobility index Source: Mean job satisfaction of low-paid workers in eleven EU countries: own calculations from ECHP UDB (); MT mobility index: European Commission,p.

FIGURE 2 Mean job satisfaction of low-paid workers vs. MT index by country. Similarly, it has also been conceptualized that satisfaction results in increased pay.

Indeed, Mohanty () found that a positive attitude, which may arise from job satisfaction, among other factors in one’s life, helps one earn more money. In either case, job satisfaction and salary are shown to have a general and positive relationship.

H3. difference in job satisfaction persists after controlling for other factors such as working conditions, a sizeable number of empirical studies have explored the effects of unionization on overall job satisfaction.

However, these studies have reported numerous conflicting results regarding whether or not union membership affect job by: Citizen Satisfaction with Democracy in the European Union* jcms_ SARA B.

HOBOLT London School of Economics and Political Science Abstract The debate about the democratic deficit of the European Union has preoccupied scholars for decades.

This article examines democracy in the Union from the perspective of citizens by asking.Statistics Explained, your guide to European statistics.

Statistics Explained is an official Eurostat website presenting statistical topics in an easily understandable way. Together, the articles make up an encyclopedia of European statistics for everyone, completed by a statistical glossary clarifying all terms used and by numerous links to further information and the latest data and metadata.