job satisfaction

Report

9 Nov 2018
6

Drawing on new survey data this report provides a profile of micro-businesses with 1-9 employees in Northern Ireland in comparison to UK regional, Irish and US benchmarks. The report provides the first evidence on levels of business ambition, resilience and digital adoption for this group...

Report

17 Aug 2017
6

This report presents a short summary of the International Labour Organization’s (ILO’s) Global Dialogue on “The Future of Work We Want”, which brought together leading economists, academics and representatives from governments and social partners (employers’ and workers’ organizations) to discuss the profound changes sweeping through...

Report

1 Jun 2017
6

Over the past two years, Uber has taken center stage in public debates about the future of work, driven by our collective anxiety about technology and growing economic insecurity. The concern is that workers increasingly do not have employers anymore and are facing lower wages,...

Report

1 Mar 2017
7

The gig economy has so far proved hard to define, hard to measure and hard to interpret. Some see it as part of a general shift of work towards less secure and more exploitative employment; others see it as creating a new form of flexible...

Report

1 Oct 2016
11

A full-time job with one employer has been considered the norm for decades, but increasingly, this fails to capture how a large share of the workforce makes a living. A narrow focus only on traditional jobs ignores tens of millions who put together their own...

Report

Why the UK needs 1 million new creative jobs by 2030 and what the government can do about it
1 Apr 2015
11

The UK’s strong current growth performance compared with other countries must not detract from her deep–seated structural problems: namely, her low investment in skills, infrastructure and innovation. As a consequence of these problems, productivity – output per hour worked – is 17 per cent lower...

Working paper

1 Apr 2015
8

This report statistically examines whether being in a creative occupation is associated with higher levels of subjective wellbeing, once other factors that affect wellbeing are controlled for. Four different measures of subjective wellbeing (life satisfaction, worthwhileness, happiness and anxiety) from the UK’s Annual Population Survey...

Fact sheet

27 Feb 2014
3

The debate on zero hours contracts has been contentious and largely driven by the media, but what do we really know about zero hours and other flexible employment? To encourage a more balanced debate, UKCES commissioned a short survey of 2,000 UK workers and hosted...

Journal article

1 Feb 2014
20

This article examines the impact of employee understanding of components of their pay system on pay satisfaction and leaving intentions for a poorly paid occupational group. Employee understanding of pay arrangements is found to have an indirect impact (through pay satisfaction) on employee intention to...

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