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Balance trabajo-familia: Cultura, nivel de conflicto y voluntad de permanencia en la empresa

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  • Elsa Del Castillo Mory

    ()

    (Universidad del Pacífico, Lima (Perú))

  • Rosa María Fuchs Ángeles

    (Universidad del Pacífico, Lima (Perú))

  • Sandra Vera Linares

    (Universidad del Pacífico, Lima (Perú))

  • Amaia Arizkuren Eleta

    ()

    (Universidad de Deusto)

  • Tanuja Agarwala

    ()

    (Universidad de Delhi)

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    El balance trabajo-familia ha sido ampliamente estudiado por la literatura referida a la gestiónhumana. La búsqueda de dicho balance está asociada a prácticas de retención del talento.Diversos autores anotan que la existencia de políticas corporativas sobre este tema no resultasuficiente para reducir el conflicto que experimentan los trabajadores por las presiones laboralesy familiares. Según afirman, se requerirá de una cultura que acepte y apoye el balance trabajofamilia.Esta investigación empírica sugiere que, en el contexto de las empresas peruanas delsector industrial, financiero y de telecomunicaciones en el que trabajan los 96 encuestados, unacultura organizacional que apoya el uso de estas prácticas reduce el conflicto que experimentael trabajador y, más aún, ambas variables —cultura y conflicto— permiten estimar su voluntadde permanencia en la empresa. No obstante, los resultados obtenidos también sugieren que,si bien el conflicto familia-trabajo (FWC) guarda una relación negativa con la voluntad de permanencia en la empresa, el conflictotrabajo-familia (WFC) no muestra estamisma significancia cuando aparece unacultura que apoya este balance.

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    Article provided by Universidad del Pacífico - University of the Pacific Lima (Peru) in its journal Journal of Business.

    Volume (Year): 3 (2011)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 3-14

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    Handle: RePEc:udp:journl:v:3:y:2011:i:1:p:3-14
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