REVISIÓN DE LA FLEXIBILIDAD LABORAL EN LA ERA COVID-19
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Palabras clave

Flexibilidad
Clima
Liderazgo
Rotación
Salario Flexibility
Climate
Leadership
Rotation
Salary

Resumen

Grosso modo, el clima laboral se ha estudiado como un ámbito inherente al liderazgo. En el caso del que se distingue por su comunicación y motivación vertical, se ha abordado el clima laboral como determinante de la flexibilidad en cuanto a condiciones, salarios y prestaciones. En este sentido, el objetivo de este trabajo ha sido explorar las dimensiones del clima y la flexibilidad laboral para establecer las relaciones de dependencia entre sus indicadores. Se realizó un estudio no experimental, transversal y correlacional con una selección muestral no probabilística de 300 empleados del centro de México. Los resultados muestran que el clima laboral determina la flexibilidad, aunque la literatura más reciente advierte que más bien el clima media la relación entre las políticas de flexibilidad sobre la rotación de personal, el salario informal y la ausencia de beneficios. Se recomiendan líneas de investigación sobre la incidencia de estilos de liderazgo en las variables en cuestión.

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