An application of multiobjetive programming to the study of workers' satisfaction in the spanish labour market
Oscar D. Marcenaro-Gutiérrez
Mariano Luque Gallego
Francisco Ruiz de la Rúa
In this paper, a multiobjective scheme is used to study the satisfaction levels of the Spanish workers. Data obtained from a panel survey conducted in several European countries are used to build up a multiobjective model, on the basis of a previous statistical and econometric analysis of these data. Then, a Reference Point based method is implemented to determine the profile of the most satisfied worker in Spain nowadays. Finally, a combined Goal Programming – Reference Point approach is used to determine policies than can be carried out in order to increase the workers’ satisfaction levels.
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