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Grado de satisfacción laboral y condiciones de trabajo: una exploración cualitativa

Enseñanza e Investigación en Psicología 01/2009;
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ABSTRACT Toda vez que es de importancia para las organizaciones conocer la perspectiva del trabajador y así obtener información valiosa para el mejoramiento de los procesos y la productividad, y además obtener una guía para el aumento de la satisfacción laboral de los miembros que al final impactará en su calidad de vida, se buscó determinar el grado de satisfacción laboral de los empleados en relación con las condiciones de trabajo en empresas de distinto país de origen (una mexicana y una extranjera) de una ciudad fronteriza por medio del diseño y aplicación de un instrumento semiestructurado.

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