Management-employee relations, firm size and job satisfaction

Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to investigate the job satisfaction in relation to managerial attitudes towards employees and firm size using the linked employer-employee survey results in Britain.


Job satisfaction and its relation with perceived workload: an application in a research institution
Harputlu, Şeniz; Çilingir, Canan; Department of Industrial Engineering (2014)
In this thesis, it was aimed to determine the factors which affect the satisfaction level of employees and measure these levels by using both global/general and facet approach. For this purpose, a new job satisfaction questionnaire with 70 questions was formed by adding some necessary questions to an existent Turkish survey previously used in a study which is based on Spector’s Job Satisfaction Survey (JSS). NASA-TLX questionnaire was attached to the satisfaction survey for measurement of mental workload. T...
Strategic and financial motivation and information systems outsourcing success
Yarlıkaş, Serdar; Bilgen, Semih; Department of Information Systems (2007)
In this thesis, the relations between information systems outsourcing success measures and strategic and financial drivers are investigated. After a study of the relevant literature, 14 organizations that belong to four different categories are investigated in terms of IS outsourcing. These categories are: IS vendors, IS outsourcers, firms that both procure and supply IS services, and IS system integrators. Thus, the subject matter is studied from both customers' and vendors' points of view. The investigati...
Ferragina, Anna M.; Nunziante, Giulia; Taymaz, Erol (2018-06-01)
Purpose: In this paper we explore how firms' productivity is affected by agglomeration of firms, clustering of innovation and localisation of FDI in Italy. The analysis aims to provide a measure of spillovers on productivity from geographical and sectorial clustering of firms and from their innovation. Firm's absorptive capacity is also taken into account by interacting the variables of agglomeration and innovation at region-sector level with size and technology.
Job demands and job resources as the antecedents of mobbing and the consequences
Yeldan, Sinem; Bilgiç, Reyhan; Department of Psychology (2015)
The aim of the present study is to examine the relationship between antecedents namely job demands and job resources and mobbing and the consequences which are individual’s general health, job satisfaction and affective organizational commitment. Moreover, for antecedents part moderating role of negative affectivity between job demands, job resources and targets’ reports of mobbing was investigated and for consequences part, burnout was considered as a mediating variable between targets’ reports of mobbing,...
Workload, safety climate, and negative affectivity as the presumed moderators of the risk perception-organizational outcomes relationships
Geçer, Canan; Sümer, Hayriye Canan; Toker, Yonca; Department of Psychology (2014)
The main purpose of the present study was to examine the moderating role of workload, safety climate and negative affectivity in risk perception’s relationship with safety performance of employees, burnout, and job satisfaction in a high-risk work context. It was first expected that risk perception would be positively related to safety performance and then, in line with the moderation hypotheses, it was expected that high levels of workload would negatively affect (i.e., weaken) the relationships between ri...
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A. Tansel, “Management-employee relations, firm size and job satisfaction,” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MANPOWER, pp. 1260–1275, 2014, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: