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Políticas de conciliación familia-trabajo en empresas familiares españolas

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  • JUAN CARLOS PASTOR

    () (Instituto de Empresa)

  • MARGARITA MAYO

    () (Instituto de Empresa)

  • CRISTINA CRUZ

    () (Instituto de Empresa)

  • LUIS GOMEZ - MEJIA

    () (Instituto de Empresa)

Abstract

Algunas empresas están implementando políticas que ayuden a la conciliación entre la vida laboral y familiar como una estrategia para mantener el talento y favorecer el compromiso. Entre estas políticas podemos destacar la flexibilidad de horario, la reducción de jornada, el teletrabajo y las prestaciones monetarias. El presente estudio analiza los datos de 122 empresas familiares españolas. Los resultados del estudio revelan que factores estructurales, demográficos y culturales determinan la adopción de políticas de conciliación. Estos resultados se discuten en relación a su contribución a la teoría y a su relevancia práctica.

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  • Juan Carlos Pastor & Margarita Mayo & Cristina Cruz & Luis Gomez - Mejia, 2004. "Políticas de conciliación familia-trabajo en empresas familiares españolas," Working Papers Economia wpe04-22, Instituto de Empresa, Area of Economic Environment.
  • Handle: RePEc:emp:wpaper:wpe04-22
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    Empresa familiar; Políticas de conciliación; Conciliación Familia-Trabajo;

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