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Psicothema, 2007. Vol. Vol. 19 (nº 1). 95-101




Relación entre factores psicosociales adversos, evaluados a través del cuestionario multidimensional Decore, y salud laboral deficiente

Jesús Martín García, Lourdes Luceño Moreno, Marian Jaén Díaz y Susana Rubio Valdehita

Universidad Complutense de Madrid

El artículo describe la investigación que tuvo como objetivo buscar la posible relación entre salud y calidad de vida de los trabajadores, y diferentes factores psicosociales: Demandas cognitivas, Control, Recompensas y Apoyo organizacional. Los factores psicosociales fueron evaluados a través del Cuestionario Multidimensional DECORE, por el que se obtienen cinco puntuaciones, una para cada uno de los factores, y una puntuación global. La salud del trabajador se midió a través de las variables: satisfacción laboral, percepción de estrés, percepción de fatiga, baja médica, accidentes laborales y enfermedad. Se evaluaron 614 trabajadores de distintos sectores de actividad. Los resultados muestran que los empleados que se sienten fatigados, estresados y poco satisfechos perciben su entorno laboral de forma más adversa. Similares resultados se obtuvieron para aquellos trabajadores que presentan una baja laboral, han sufrido un accidente de trabajo o están enfermos.

Relation between adverse psychosocial risks, assessed by means of the DECORE Multidimensional Questionnaire, and deficient occupational health. This paper describes our search for the possible relationship between workers health and quality of life and several psychosocial risks: Cognitive demands, Control, Rewards and Organizational support. These psychosocial risks were assessed by means of the DECORE Multidimensional Questionnaire, which provides five scores, one for each factor, plus a global score. Workers health was assessed with the following variables: job satisfaction, stress perception, fatigue perception, medical leave, occupational accidents, and disease. 614 workers from various business sectors were examined. Results show that workers who feel more fatigued, stressed, and less satisfied perceive their work environment more adversely. Similar results were obtained for workers who went on medical leave, had an occupational accident, or suffered from disease.

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