Gestión de Recursos Humanos en la Gig Economy: ¿hacia una nueva configuración?
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Gig Economy
Recursos Humanos
Relaciones Laborales
Trabajo Gig Economy
Human Resources
Labour Relations
Job Gig Economy
Recursos Humanos
Relações Industriais
Trabalho

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Bedoya-Dorado, C., & Peláez-León , J. D. (2023). Gestión de Recursos Humanos en la Gig Economy: ¿hacia una nueva configuración?. Entramado, 19(2), e–9530. https://doi.org/10.18041/1900-3803/entramado.2.9530

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El contexto de la Gig Economy supone una ruptura de la relación laboral estándar entre empleados y empleador, y un cuestionamiento sobre la función de la gestión de Recursos Humano (RR.HH.) encargada de gestionar dicho vínculo. El presente artículo tiene como objetivo analizar la función y configuración de la gestión de RR.HH. en el contexto de la Gig Economy. Desde el enfoque configuracional contingente se argumenta el modo en el que las prácticas de RR.HH. se combinan y configuran para aportar al desempeño y gestionar el relacionamiento con los individuos que participan de esta economía. Se encuentra que la relación laboral entre las empresas y los trabajadores gig se caracteriza por ser transaccional y simbiótica basada en la premisa utilitaria del beneficio mutuo. Por ello, para este contexto predominaría una configuración de RR.HH. orientada hacia el mercado o en maximizar la productividad, y al cumplimiento de acuerdos.

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