Development and influencing possibilities, social environment and work intensity appear to be more important factors in terms of well-being at work, job satisfaction and commitment than flexibility of working hours and physical factors in the work environment. Differences in job satisfaction, well-being and showing symptoms between the profiled groups are explained by real differences in working conditions.
There are considerable differences in the quality of working life among wage and salary earners. The segregation by gender in working conditions is also particularly striking, shows the profiling of the results of the 2018 Quality of Work Life Survey.
Views of digital skills have an effect on the wishes of employees aged 50 or over to continue longer in working life. According to the recently published Quality of Work Life Survey, for those afraid of falling from the pace the desire to postpone retiring due to the increase in pensions is lower than average.