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Assédio moral no local de trabalho: o caso do sector bancário português


  • Ana Teresa Verdasca


  • António Garcia Pereira



O objectivo deste artigo é fazer, por um lado, uma breve revisão da literatura europeia relacionada com a ocorrência de assédio moral no local de trabalho e, por outro lado, fazer um ponto da situação da investigação existente em Portugal sobre esta temática, dando especial ênfase ao sector bancário português. Os resultados obtidos num estudo empírico recente, que teve como objecto este sector de actividade económica, são apresentados e discutidos à luz da evidência empírica existente. Adicionalmente é apresentado um panorama sintético da abordagem jurídica portuguesa deste fenómeno, o qual ganhou algum destaque no contexto da actual legislação laboral.

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  • Ana Teresa Verdasca & António Garcia Pereira, 2011. "Assédio moral no local de trabalho: o caso do sector bancário português," Working Papers wp092011, Socius, Socio-Economics Research Centre at the School of Economics and Management (ISEG) of the Technical University of Lisbon.
  • Handle: RePEc:soc:wpaper:wp092011

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    assédio moral; sector bancário; legislação laboral;

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