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Antecedentes del bienestar de los empleados

revisión de organizaciones en Pakistán

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Objetivo: El objetivo del estudio actual es resaltar el papel de los factores de bienestar que afectan los resultados laborales de los empleados en el contexto pakistaní. El estudio actual explora la naturaleza del bienestar como una construcción psicológica en estudios recientes realizados.
Metodología: Se incluye la revisión sistemática de veinte estudios. Esta revisión analizó cómo se mide el constructo de bienestar, qué diseños de investigación se emplean y qué principales resultados se pueden extraer de estos estudios en organizaciones de Pakistán.
Hallazgos: Reveló que los diseños de investigación cuantitativa se utilizan en los estudios hasta el momento. Dos tercios de los estudios tomaron el constructo bienestar del empleado y lo estudiaron como variable dependiente.
Discusión: El estudio indica que muchos factores juegan un papel en el desarrollo y la disminución del bienestar en las organizaciones paquistaníes. Las actitudes de los empleados, las relaciones interpersonales, el desempeño laboral y los resultados impactan en los comportamientos de bienestar. La supervisión narcisista, el agotamiento emocional y el acoso laboral son factores dominantes que reducen el bienestar de los empleados.
Implicaciones prácticas: esta investigación es útil para comprender los antecedentes del bienestar en las organizaciones y proporciona información para establecer un entorno de trabajo saludable.

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