Quality of life in the Spanish workplace, 2003 (report)

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31 May 2004
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The survey on quality of life in the workplace (in Spanish; Encuesta de Calidad de Vida en el Trabajo 2003) is carried out annually by the Spanish Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs. This is a summary of the 2003 results. Main findings are that: in general, Spanish workers are satisfied at work; most of them approve of their safety conditions; feel positive about relations with their colleagues; and stress levels seem to have gone down. However, the gender gap remains particularly acute when it comes to types of contracts, working hours, carrying out household chores, and taking care of children and the elderly.
 

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    Quality of life in the Spanish workplace, 2003 (report)

    The survey on quality of life in the workplace (in Spanish; Encuesta de Calidad de Vida en el Trabajo 2003) is carried out annually by the Spanish Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs. This is a summary of the 2003 results. Main findings are that: in general, Spanish workers are satisfied at work; most of them approve of their safety conditions; feel positive about relations with their colleagues; and stress levels seem to have gone down. However, the gender gap remains particularly acute when it comes to types of contracts, working hours, carrying out household chores, and taking care of children and the elderly.

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