publication . Article . 2010

Bullying at work: Psychological antecedents and consequences on job satisfaction

Paula Vázquez Rodríguez;
  • Published: 01 May 2010
Abstract
Este trabajo analiza el papel de algunos factores psicosociales como antecedentes de mobbing (exigencias psicológicas cuantitativas, claridad de rol, apoyo social, calidad de liderazgo e influencia) y, a su vez, la relación entre el mobbing y la satisfacción laboral de los trabajadores, en una organización del sector de la hostelería y la restauración. De los factores psicosociales considerados, únicamente las exigencias psicológicas cuantitativas, la claridad de rol y la calidad del liderazgo, predicen la aparición de procesos de mobbing. Por su parte, el número de conductas de mobbing se relaciona de forma negativa con dos de las dimensiones de la satisfacción...
Subjects
free text keywords: mobbing, bullying en el trabajo, acoso psicológico en el trabajo, factores psicosociales, satisfacción laboral, bullying at work, workplace bullying, psychological factors, work satisfaction
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publication . Article . 2010

Bullying at work: Psychological antecedents and consequences on job satisfaction

Paula Vázquez Rodríguez;