Percepciones de los sistemas de trabajo de alto rendimiento e intención de marchaun análisis multinivel

  1. García Chas, Romina
  2. Neira Fontela, Edelmira
  3. Varela Neira, Concepción
Investigaciones europeas de dirección y economía de la empresa

ISSN: 1135-2523

Ano de publicación: 2012

Volume: 18

Número: 3

Páxinas: 206-215

Tipo: Artigo

DOI: 10.1016/J.IEDEE.2012.06.001 DIALNET GOOGLE SCHOLAR lock_openDialnet editor

Outras publicacións en: Investigaciones europeas de dirección y economía de la empresa


La investigación sobre los sistemas de trabajo de alto rendimiento (STAR) se ha centrado principalmente en el efecto sobre el rendimiento organizativo desde una perspectiva directiva. Este estudio diferencia entre la perspectiva de los empleados y los directivos sobre los STAR y examina la relación entre ambas perspectivas y la intención de marcha en una muestra conformada por ingenieros, utilizando la metodología multinivel. Los resultados indican que existen importantes diferencias entre la percepción de los empleados del STAR y la percepción de los directivos y que el STAR intentado afecta solo indirectamente (a través del STAR experimentado) a la intención de marcha de los ingenieros.

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