Factores psicosociales y bienestar del trabajador en investigaciones realizadas en Colombia y España, durante el período 2002-2012 . Thesis

short description

  • Master's thesis

Thesis author

  • Beltrán Cabrejo, Andrea

external tutor

  • Gonzalez-Rodriguez, Javier-Leonardo
  • Grueso-Hinestroza, Merlín-Patricia

abstract

  • Introduction. In the present work tries to identify psychosocial factors associated with the well-being of the workers in Colombia and Spain during the period 2002-2012.Objective. This work is intended to , specify on research development in relation to psychosocial factors and their relationship to the welfare of workers in Colombia and Spain during the period 2002-2012 , through the articles of psychosocial factors that were found and their beneficial impact in worker well-being, legal framework of both countries, as well as the literature review, consolidation and subsequent analysis of the literature about the state of the art of the present study in relation to psychosocial factors labor.Method. This is a documentary research, by means of a systematic review database and then selecting, sorting, consolidation, systematization and analysis of the scientific literature found, which, analyzed aspects related psychosocial factors and their relationship with well-being of the worker in Colombia and Spain, during the period 2002-2012.Results. In the documentary review there was demonstrated that the studies relating to the psychosocial factors and the labor well-being represents an important challenge for the organizations. Of the same way, one emphasizes the advances that on the above mentioned relation Spain presents, so, in Colombia, even the studies continue directed towards the factors of risk or harmful, more than towards protective factors or of well-being, generators of a charitable effect in the workers and there for in the organization.

publication date

  • September 17, 2014 1:42 PM

keywords

  • Psychosocials factors
  • occupational health
  • protector factor
  • well-being

Document Id

  • 5c6a762e-f280-4f14-bb25-b2e1b43bd0cb