We investigate the effect of employer behaviour on job satisfaction. Using linked employer-employee data from the 1998 British Workplace Employee Relations Survey, we consider how eorkplace practices affect individual' satisfaction with four aspects of their jobs, including pay. The paper covers a range of employer practices, including HRM and internal labour markets practices, methods for informing and consulting employees, and job sercurity guarantees. We present an empirical framework for analysing these various facets of job satisfaction simultaaneously and find that the existence of internal labour markets is the most effective workplace practice in fostering employees' satisfaction
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