Publicado Dec 15, 2021


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Domingos Isidório da Silva Júnior

Maria Cristina Ferreira

Felipe Valentini



El estudio evaluó un modelo de relaciones de demandas laborales (sobrecarga y mala conducta de los alumnos) y de recursos personales (autoeficacia) con resultados del trabajo (intención de dejar el trabajo y comportamiento de redesenho), y el papel mediador del engagement en el trabajo en esas relaciones. La muestra estaba formada por 451 profesores brasileños, de ambos sexos (70.7% del sexo femenino), con edades variando de 20 a 69 años (M = 38.63; DE = 10.36). El análisis de datos se realizó mediante modelado de ecuaciones estructurales y los índices de ajuste fueron adecuados. Se verificó que el engagement medió las relaciones de la autoeficacia con la intención de dejar el trabajo y con el comportamiento de rediseño. Tales hallazgos aportan evidencias para la teoría J-DR, según el cual las demandas drenan la energía del trabajador y producen resultados negativos en el trabajo, mientras que los recursos personales mejoran el engagament en el trabajo y producen resultados más positivos. Se podrían implementar programas de capacitación para desarrollar sentimientos de autoeficacia y actitudes de mayor compromiso laboral em los docentes, lo que podría hacerlos más proactivos y garantizar que continúen en sus puestos de trabajo.


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Cómo citar
da Silva Júnior, D. I., Ferreira, M. C., & Valentini, F. (2021). Demandas laborales, recursos personales y resultados laborales: A MEDIAÇÃO DO ENGAJAMENTO. Universitas Psychologica, 20, 1–13.