publication . Article . 2009

Malaise in Involuntary Temporary Employment

Blanch, Josep M.; Cantera, Leonor M.;
Open Access Spanish
  • Published: 01 Apr 2009
  • Publisher: Colegio Oficial de Psicólogos de Madrid
Abstract
El objetivo de este estudio fue analizar el papel de la voluntariedad de la situación ocupacional en el malestar psicológico en el empleo temporal. Se aplicó un cuestionario a una muestra de 463 personas incluidas en alguno de los siguientes cuatro tipos ideales de situación ocupacional: empleo estable, empleo temporal voluntario, empleo temporal involuntario y desempleo. Los resultados muestran diferencias significativas entre todos los tipos laborales en la escala de bienestar laboral. De mayor a menor puntuación media en esta escala, el orden de los tipos es: empleo estable, empleo temporal voluntario, desempleo y empleo temporal involuntario. Las respuestas ...
Subjects
free text keywords: well-being, malestar, Inseguridad laboral, empleo temporal involuntario, involuntary temporary employment, bienestar, Job insecurity, malaise
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