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Psicothema, 2011. Vol. Vol. 23 (nº 3). 394-400




Consecuencias de la inseguridad laboral. El papel modulador del apoyo organizacional desde una perspectiva multinivel

Beatriz Sora Miana1, Amparo Caballer Hernández2 y José María Peiró Silla2

1 Universitat Oberta de Catalunya y
2 Universidad de Valencia

Para muchos trabajadores la inseguridad laboral es uno de sus principales estresores. Por ello, es importante identificar aquellos factores que puedan mitigar sus efectos negativos. En este sentido, el presente trabajo analiza el papel modulador del apoyo organizacional, entendido como un factor contextual, en la relación entre la inseguridad laboral y sus consecuencias. La muestra utilizada se compuso por 859 trabajadores de 42 organizaciones españolas. Los resultados mostraron cómo el apoyo organizacional modulaba la relación de inseguridad laboral y las reacciones de los empleados (por ejemplo: satisfacción laboral, salud psicológica e intención de abandono de la organización). Estos resultados evidencian la necesidad de considerar los factores contextuales, como es el apoyo organizacional, en el estudio e intervención de la inseguridad laboral.

Consequences of job insecurity. The moderator role of organizational support from a multilevel perspective. Job insecurity is one of the main stressors for many employees. Hence, it is important to identify factors that can ameliorate its detrimental effects. In this respect, the present study examines the moderator role of organizational support, understood as a contextual factor in the relationship between job insecurity and its consequences. The sample comprised 859 employees from 42 Spanish organizations. Results showed that organizational support modulated the relationship between job insecurity and employees’ reactions (i.e., job satisfaction, psychological health and intention to leave the organization). These results reveal the need to consider contextual factors such as organizational support in the study and intervention of job insecurity.

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