Gender and the Importance of Fringe Benefits: Exploring Their Link with Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction

Galanaki, E.(2013). Gender and the Importance of Fringe Benefits: Exploring their Link with Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction. 2013 European Academy of Management Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, 26-29 June 2013 ISBN Nr:978-975-8400-35-5

23 Pages Posted: 15 Sep 2013

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Eleanna Galanaki

Athens University of Economics and Business

Date Written: March 13, 2013

Abstract

The importance of fringe benefits for both employers and employees has been repeatedly pinpointed in the Human Resource Management academic and professional literature. How important are they, though, for either gender, in the midst of the current economic crisis in Europe? The present article draws on the findings of a recent large-scale survey in Greece, in order to establish and discuss the significance of fringe benefits to both employees and employers and explore their link with organizational commitment.

Keywords: benefits, employee rewards, attitudes, Greece, bartering

JEL Classification: M12, M14, M54

Suggested Citation

Galanaki, Eleanna, Gender and the Importance of Fringe Benefits: Exploring Their Link with Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction (March 13, 2013). Galanaki, E.(2013). Gender and the Importance of Fringe Benefits: Exploring their Link with Organizational Commitment and Job Satisfaction. 2013 European Academy of Management Conference, Istanbul, Turkey, 26-29 June 2013 ISBN Nr:978-975-8400-35-5. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2325426 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2325426

Eleanna Galanaki (Contact Author)

Athens University of Economics and Business ( email )

Athens
Greece
+30 210 8203473 (Phone)

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