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Mariela Golik




La Generación Y se destaca por sus creencias, aspiraciones y actitudes diferentes a las de las generaciones precedentes. Este estudio explora las expectativas de esta generación con respecto al balance vida laboral y vida privada, examinando la influencia de los padres y el género, y su impacto sobre las elecciones laborales. Mediante un cuestionario auto-administrado se interrogó una muestra de 217 universitarios de pregrado. Se encontró que los jóvenes Y privilegian los aspectos intrínsecos del trabajo, muestran interés tanto en desarrollar una carrera como en el equilibrio entre su vida profesional y su vida privada. El género no ejerce una influencia significativa. Se ofrece una guía para entender las expectativas de los jóvenes frente al mercado laboral.




work – life balance, human resource challenges, generation Yequilibrio vida laboral - vida privada, desafíos de Recursos Humanos, generation Yequilíbrio vida laboral-vida privada, desafios de Recursos Humanos, geração Y

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Cómo citar
Golik, M. (2013). Las expectativas de equilibrio entre vida laboral y vida privada y las elecciones laborales de la nueva generación. Cuadernos De Administración, 26(46), 107-133.