Research on Factors Influencing Job Satisfaction in Labor Relations of New Generation of Migrant Workers in China: The Sample from Tianjin Binhai Development Zone of China

Abstract

New generation of migrant workers (NGMW) refers to the ones who were born in the countryside from 1980s to 1990s, and as adults then become the labor force in manufacturing or services. NGMW with their individual characteristics is an important component of labor market in China. Based on the previous research review, this paper takes the NGMW from Tianjin Binhai Development Zone of China as a sample. By the way of semi-opened questionnaires and interviews, the measurement scale of job satisfaction in labor relations is defined, which includes 6 first class indexes and 15 second class indexes. According to the measurement scale, closed questionnaire is designed. 450 questionnaires are issued and 32 are withdrawn, in which 418 are valid. Applying the statistics software of SPSS19.0, credibility, validity and relativity are analyzed, and factors influencing job satisfaction in labor relations of NGMW are discriminated and ranked according to the significance. At the end of the paper, the policy to improve the job satisfaction in labor relations of NGMW is discussed. The paper possibly contributes ideas to reduce conflict of labor relations through improving the job satisfaction.



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Bilin Xu, Tianjin University of Finance and Economics, China
Haonan Zhang, Tianjin University of Finance and Economics, China

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Conference: ACBPP2015
Stream: Business Administration and Business Economics

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