Trabajo temporal, inseguridad laboral percibida y sus implicaciones. Factores psicosociales intervinientes.
This thesis aim to examine the effects of temporary work and perceived job insecurity on employees wellbeing. Traditionally, they have been assumed to be associated to individuals negative reactions, nonetheless, empirical evidence is not straightfowarded. In order to shed light into these relationships intervening factors must be taken into account. On the one hand, results showed temporary workers are an heterogeneous group: those reporting low levels of preference for temporary contract and employability reported the lowest levels of wellbeing. On the other hand, evidence showed that the negative effects job insecurity brings about vary depending on employability and perceived fairness. Those that felt insecure and perceived themselves as low in employability displyaed the lowest levels of wellbeing. Seemingly, the negative effects of job insecurity on employees wellbeing, job satisfaction, and organizational commitment were greater for those peceiving low fairness.
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Advisor:Peiró Silla, José Mª; Gracia Lerín, Francisco J.
School:Universitat de València
Source Type:Master's Thesis
Keywords:psicobiologia i psicologia social
Date of Publication:06/27/2007