Cinismo y comportamiento organizacional: Una relación dialéctica.

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Juan Cristóbal Cox.

Nicolás Didier Pino

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El cinismo organizacional, como tópico de comportamiento organizacional ha sido escasamente desarrollado en la literatura, en comparación con otras dimensiones como lo son la justicia, el compromiso o la satisfacción con el trabajo. El presente artículo busca describir cuales son las condiciones organizacionales que provocan la emergencia del cinismo. A través de un estudio realizado en tres empresas chilenas (n=1242), se probó un modelo mediacional respecto de la relación de la seguridad laboral, la percepción de políticas organizacionales y el cinismo. Los resultados muestran que la justicia y el compromiso organizacional funcionan adecuadamente como mediadores. Las consecuencias teóricas y empíricas se abordan en la discusión.

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