Quality of life in the Spanish workplace (report)

Published
4 May 2006

Abstract

Spanish workers’ reported satisfaction with their work has been steadily increasing since 1999, according to the 2004 Spanish survey on quality of life in the workplace. Workers declare their satisfaction with health and safety conditions at work, work organisation and relationships with colleagues, while pay and participation issues are less satisfying. The survey also reveals that considerable differences remain between the sexes in carrying out household chores and in caring activities with children and older people.



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    Quality of life in the Spanish workplace (report)

    Spanish workers’ reported satisfaction with their work has been steadily increasing since 1999, according to the 2004 Spanish survey on quality of life in the workplace. Workers declare their satisfaction with health and safety conditions at work, work organisation and relationships with colleagues, while pay and participation issues are less satisfying. The survey also reveals that considerable differences remain between the sexes in carrying out household chores and in caring activities with children and older people.

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