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Ana?lisis de los factores del comportamiento organizacional en jo?venes que esta?n iniciando su carrera laboral

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  • Sergio M. Madero-Go?mez

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  • Miguel R. Olivas-Luja?n
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    La presente investigacio?n cuantitativa tiene como finalidad explorar los factores del comportamiento organizacional en jo?venes que inician su carrera laboral, para lo cual se diseñó un instrumento de medida con 35 i?tems, con resultados va?lidos y confiables, aplicado a 215 estudiantes de una universidad privada del noreste de Me?xico. Como resultado se pudo observar que las variables utilizadas en el modelo de investigacio?n mostraron el mismo comportamiento entre las personas que se encontraban en su primera experiencia laboral y las que ya habi?an trabajado anteriormente. Sin embargo, el esfuerzo realizado, el apoyo organizacional percibido, la intencio?n de separacio?n y la percepcio?n econo?mica presentan diferencias estadi?sticamente significativas utilizando otros factores de comparacio?n.

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    Article provided by UNIVERSIDAD ICESI in its journal ESTUDIOS GERENCIALES.

    Volume (Year): 32 (2016)
    Issue (Month): 138 (February)
    Pages: 51-59

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