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Title: Job satisfaction. The case of information technology (IT) professionals in Spain
Author: Crespi Vallbona, Montserrat
Mascarilla i Miró, Oscar
Keywords: Satisfacció en el treball
Innovacions tecnològiques
Competències professionals
Job satisfaction
Technological innovations
Vocational qualifications
Issue Date: Jun-2018
Publisher: Universia
Abstract: Employee dissatisfaction has a lot of impact on organizations: turnover, absenteeism, job stress, sick leave, humiliation, burnout, unproductiveness, and lack of commitment. Furthermore, the dissatisfaction of individuals has a direct effect on the profitability and quality of the product or service provided. The presence of unfair treatment among workers, the absence of training plans, the lack of recognition and incentives, the mismatch of tasks and functions among staff, different wages within the same employee categories, the disinterest in employees' health benefits, etc. yield labor environments without personal and organizational well-being. Therefore, there is no doubt that companies have to pay attention to employee satisfaction. (...)
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It is part of: Universia Business Review, 2018, vol. 58, num. 2, p. 36-51
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ISSN: 1698-5117
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Articles publicats en revistes (Empresa)

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