Estresse tecnológico e a intenção de permanecer nas organizações: A qualidade de vida e o conflito trabalho-lar medeiam essa relação?

Palavras-chave: estresse tecnológico, conflito trabalho-lar, qualidade de vida, intenção de permanecer, organizações

Resumo

Este estudo descritivo quantitativo discute os efeitos do estresse tecnológico no conflito trabalho-casa, na qualidade de vida e na intenção de permanecer nas organizações entre os usuários de Tecnologia da Informação e Comunicação (TIC) em seu trabalho diário. É uma pesquisa descritiva e quantitativa com 473 respondentes de empresas públicas e privadas. Os resultados confirmam os efeitos negativos dos criadores do estresse tecnológico e os efeitos positivos dos inibidores do estresse tecnológico no conflito trabalho-casa, na qualidade de vida e na intenção de permanecer nas organizações. Por fim, a qualidade de vida medeia parcialmente a relação entre o estresse tecnológico e a intenção de permanecer nas organizações.

 

Biografia do Autor

Ozaias Wagner Ferreira de Carvalho, UniFacema - Centro Universitário de Ciências e Tecnologia do Maranhão

Mestre em Administração de Empresas e Contabilidade (FUCAPE Business School); Master Business Administration - MBA em Gestão Logística (Instituto Camilo Filho); Especialista em Pedagogia Empresarial e Gestão de Pessoas (UniFacema); Docente do Ensino Superior - Graduação (UniFacema). Formação Inicial - Bacharel em Administração de Empresas. Metodologias Ativas (Sala de Aula Invertida, Aprendizagem Baseada em Problemas, Gamificação etc.) e Projeto Integrador. Ensino Hibrido. Profissional de carreira, trabalhei por 15 anos na Industria da Heineken (auxiliar/Operador/Analista JR PL e SR/Supervisor e Coordenador), atuei também na AMBEV. Experiência e vivência prática em Administração da Produção, Administração Logística e Operação Logística de Distribuição. Conhece metodologias (integrante e líder de pilares) Total Perfomance Management - TPM; 5S. Possui experiência com Kaizen, PDCA, CAPDO, Makigami, Loop Infinito. Possui experiência com projetos (foi líder de projeto de implantação de uma nova linha de produção de envase de cerveja).

Marcia Juliana d'Angelo, Fucape Business School

Professora Associada de Estratégia & Organização na Fucape Business School. Doutora e Mestre em Administração de Empresas (com distinção) pela Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie. Também tem o título de Master in Business Administration (MBA) pela Warwick Business School, Inglaterra. Coordenadora e pesquisadora do Centro de Estudos em Sustentabilidade das Organizações (CESO) e do Centro de Estudos de Aprimoramento da Gestão Escolar (CEAGE), ambos na Fucape Business School. Membro do Corpo Editorial Científico da Brazilian Business Review (BBR) e do Conselho Editorial da Revista Estudos e Pesquisa em Administração (REPAD). Revisora de periódicos nacionais e internacionais. Pesquisadora nas temáticas de estratégia & gestão, em particular: estratégia nas organizações, estratégia & sustentabilidade, empreendedorismo social, marketing & sustentabilidade, gestão escolar, e estudos organizacionais em sustentabilidade.

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2021-06-14
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Carvalho, O. W. F. de, & d’Angelo, M. J. (2021). Estresse tecnológico e a intenção de permanecer nas organizações: A qualidade de vida e o conflito trabalho-lar medeiam essa relação?. Contextus – Revista Contemporânea De Economia E Gestão, 19, 176-196. https://doi.org/10.19094/contextus.2021.62600
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