Iván Alejandro Salas Durazo

Paginas: 283-316
Año: 2013
Abstract: In this paper, a multidimensional model is proposed for assessing the quality of employment. Four analytical dimensions are considered: income, labor benefits, stability and job satisfaction, identified in the literature as fundamental employment components. The model is able to differentiate degrees of employment quality through a comparative framework that makes the segmentation theory operational. The technical superiority of the model lies in its ability to differentiate grades of employment quality, permitting a qualitative assessment. This is particularly useful because numerical similarity does not necessarily correspond to equal characteristics.

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