The quality of work dimensions. Results of a multivariate analysis from the Third Isfol Survey on Quality of work in Italy
Tindara Addabbo (),
Marco Centra (),
Maurizio Curtarelli (),
Marco Fuscaldo () and
Valentina Gualtieri ()
Department of Economics (DEMB) from University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Department of Economics "Marco Biagi"
This paper starts with an overview of the theoretical framework on quality of work and identifies five relevant dimensions, in line with Gallino & La Rosa: ergonomic, complexity, autonomy, control and economic dimensions. The above dimensions are described and measured by means of multivariate analysis to detect differences in terms of the factors affecting the level of the quality of work dimensions achieved. The data set that we use for this purpose is the Third Isfol Survey on Quality of Work (IsfolQdL) that has been carried out in 2010 on a sample of 5,000 workers and operationalizes the five dimensions of the quality of work. The results of the multivariate analysis confirm the worse achievements in terms of quality of work by temporary workers and lower skilled workers and lower level of achievements by women in the economic and autonomy dimensions. Women are also more likely to be found in part-time work positions and the latter show an improvement in the ergonomic dimension (that includes also work life balance) at the expenses of the economic and autonomy dimensions.
Keywords: quality of work; multidimensional perspective; gender; skill (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: J28 J22 J16 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Pages: pages 19
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