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Job attribute preferences : who prefers what?

Sutherland, John (2012) Job attribute preferences : who prefers what? Employee Relations, 34 (2). 193 -221. ISSN 0142-5455

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Abstract

The paper aims to examine worker job attribute preferences, by which is meant the extent to which individuals desire a variety of specific qualities and outcomes from their paid work. It seeks to examine how these preferences are ranked and to identify their principal correlates.