A new way of examining job satisfaction and employee well-being: the value of employee attributed importance

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This study proposes a new way of examining the link between employee well-being and job satisfaction through evaluating which aspects of satisfaction employees deem important. For example, if employees believe recognition for good work is important, however, are dissatisfied with the amount recognition they receive this will detrimentally impact employee well-being compared to employees who do not think this feature of satisfaction to be important. By examining employee attributed importance organizations could to more effectively target interventions to improve employee well-being by focusing on features of satisfaction their employees consider important.

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Maxwell, R. L., (2016) “A new way of examining job satisfaction and employee well-being: the value of employee attributed importance”, EWOP in Practice 8(1), 13–31. doi: https://doi.org/10.21825/ewopinpractice.87095

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Rosanna L. Maxwell (King’s College London)

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