Diferenças de Sexo e Identidade de Gênero em Resultados Psicológicos Relacionados ao Trabalho entre Vendedores

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47027
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Objetivo – O objetivo do presente estudo é determinar se há diferenças entre sexo e identidade de gênero para grupos de vendedores em termos de resultados psicológicos relacionados ao trabalho, principalmente o estresse no trabalho, comprometimento organizacional, intenção de sair e satisfação no trabalho. Metodologia – Os dados foram coletados dos vendedores por meio de um questionário. Este foi administrado com uma amostra conveniente de vendedores da área farmacêutica da região centro-sul da Turquia, por meio de um questionário autoaplicável. Resultados – Os resultados sugerem a existência de diferenças entre os grupos sexuais nos resultados psicológicos relacionados ao trabalho, exceto pelo estresse no trabalho, ao passo que existem diferenças entre os grupos de identidade de gênero em todos eles. Há diferenças entre os sexos e diferenças entre identidades de gênero em relação ao trabalho na área de vendas. Indivíduos andrógenos contam com a identidade de gênero mais apropriada para a profissão de vendas, considerando que têm um alto nível de satisfação no trabalho e comprometimento organizacional e um baixo nível de estresse no trabalho e intenção de sair. Originalidade/valor – A principal contribuição do estudo para a literatura e as implicações administrativas é o enriquecimento de informações relacionadas às semelhanças e/ou diferenças baseadas em gênero entre vendedores em termos de resultados de trabalho com uma abordagem nova e diferente.
Citação ABNT:
TANRIKULU, C.Diferenças de Sexo e Identidade de Gênero em Resultados Psicológicos Relacionados ao Trabalho entre Vendedores. Revista Brasileira de Gestão de Negócios, v. 19, n. 66, p. 499-519, 2017.
Citação APA:
Tanrikulu, C.(2017). Diferenças de Sexo e Identidade de Gênero em Resultados Psicológicos Relacionados ao Trabalho entre Vendedores. Revista Brasileira de Gestão de Negócios, 19(66), 499-519.
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10.7819/rbgn.v0i0.2302
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