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Corporate culture and satisfaction at work


  • Jocelyne Robert

    () (management et leadership - Université de Liège)

  • Aigul Asfarova

    () (management et leadership - management et leadership - Université de Liège)


This study present in the first part different statistics about employment and satisfaction at work in Belgium : working conditions, relationship with colleagues, quality of management and implication as well as everyday life within the organisation. Dissatisfaction factors as well as stress, work accidents and "male-female" inequalities are also be mentioned. In the secound part, we present the result of interviews of human rfesource managers about coporate culture, satisfaction at work, social responsibility

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  • Jocelyne Robert & Aigul Asfarova, 2012. "Corporate culture and satisfaction at work," Post-Print hal-00690218, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:hal-00690218
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    Corporate culture; satisfaction at work; human resource; social responsibility; culture d'entreprise; satisfaction au travail; ressources humaines; responsabilité sociale;

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