Uma Análise da Influência da Flexibilização do Trabalho sobre a Satisfação do Trabalhador e o Comportamento de Cidadania Organizacional Outros Idiomas

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54748
Resumo:
À medida que as organizações passaram a adequar as características do trabalho para atender as expectativas e anseios dos funcionários, surgiu a necessidade de compreender como isso afeta diferentes dimensões do comportamento humano no trabalho. Neste contexto, objetivou-se, com a presente pesquisa, analisar como a flexibilização do trabalho influencia a satisfação do trabalhador e como ambas afetam o comportamento de cidadania organizacional. O método de pesquisa utilizado foi a survey e, para análise dos dados, foi empregada a técnica de Modelagem de Equações Estruturais. Analisando os resultados obtidos, constatou-se que o comportamento de cidadania organizacional é influenciado positivamente pela satisfação do trabalhador e negativamente pela flexibilização do trabalho. Ademais, verificou-se que os arranjos laborais flexíveis impactam positivamente a satisfação no trabalho. Com isso, contribui-se para o avanço da compreensão acerca dos antecedentes da cidadania organizacional e, ao mesmo tempo, dos impactos da flexibilização do trabalho.
Citação ABNT:
CERIBELI, H. B.; MIGNACCA, T. P. Uma Análise da Influência da Flexibilização do Trabalho sobre a Satisfação do Trabalhador e o Comportamento de Cidadania Organizacional . GESTÃO.Org - Revista Eletrônica de Gestão Organizacional, v. 17, n. 1, p. 102-118, 2019.
Citação APA:
Ceribeli, H. B., & Mignacca, T. P. (2019). Uma Análise da Influência da Flexibilização do Trabalho sobre a Satisfação do Trabalhador e o Comportamento de Cidadania Organizacional . GESTÃO.Org - Revista Eletrônica de Gestão Organizacional, 17(1), 102-118.
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