Impacto da redução de recompensas no comportamento dos colaboradores: E quando o trabalho é um chamamento?

  • Liliana Pitacho ISCSP - UL
  • Patrícia Palma ISCSP - ULisboa
  • Pedro Correia ISCSP - ULisboa
Palavras-chave: Recompensas, Crise Económica, Orientação para o Trabalho, Intenção de Saída, Desempenho

Resumo

No cenário global de severa crise económica e financeira, governos e empresas enfrentam um período de grande austeridade o que os conduziu como nunca a elevados cortes dos custos de trabalho, com destaque para o corte e redução das recompensas dos colaboradores. Este artigo apresenta, então, um modelo concetual que teoriza acerca da orientação para o trabalho (Emprego, Carreira e Chamamento) enquanto variável moderadora da relação entre o corte ou redução das recompensas e o comportamento dos colaboradores, nomeadamente, no que ao desempenho e intenção de saída diz respeito. Este modelo acarreta tanto implicações teóricas como práticas, quer para a compreensão do comportamento organizacional, quer para as práticas de gestão de recursos humanos, especialmente, para a gestão das recompensas.

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2020-08-06
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Pitacho, L., Palma, P., & Correia, P. (2020). Impacto da redução de recompensas no comportamento dos colaboradores: E quando o trabalho é um chamamento?. PSICOLOGIA, 34(1), 43-55. https://doi.org/10.17575/psicologia.v34i1.1469
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Número Temático - COMPORTAMENTO ORGANIZACIONAL