El valor de confiar en los empleados: descubriendo sus efectos sobre la participación y la motivación

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Jacob Guinot
Zina Barghouti


Las nuevas formas de trabajo requieren de planteamientos y métodos para los cuales es necesario que los directivos o supervisores confíen en sus empleados. Por esta razón, esta investigación pretende analizar las consecuencias de la confianza en los empleados sobre variables como la participación o la motivación. Para ello se ha utilizado los datos de la sexta encuesta “Encuesta Nacional de Condiciones de Trabajo”. Los resultados obtenidos muestran principalmente que la confianza en los empleados mejora los procesos de participación y motivación en las empresas.


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Guinot, J., & Barghouti, Z. (2019). El valor de confiar en los empleados: descubriendo sus efectos sobre la participación y la motivación. UCJC Business and Society Review (formerly Known As Universia Business Review), 16(3), 108-145. Recuperado a partir de https://journals.ucjc.edu/ubr/article/view/4007
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