El alcance de las prácticas de dirección en la vida de los colaboradores: la relación entre la percepción de justicia y el conflicto trabajo-familia en las organizaciones del sur colombiano

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Juan Manuel Andrade-Navia https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9644-0040
Elías Ramírez-Plazas https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8928-1547
Humberto Rueda-Ramírez https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9700-263X

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El presente estudio evalúa la relación entre la justicia organizacional, en sus dimensiones de justicia procedimental y justicia interaccional, y el conflicto trabajo-familia en las empresas colombianas. La investigación fue de carácter explicativo-causal y con el fin de evaluar las relaciones y los efectos entre las variables se utilizó un modelo de ecuaciones estructurales. La investigación se realizó en tres organizaciones pertenecientes a diferentes sectores económicos —servicios, financiero y producción—, en las que se aplicaron 450 encuestas a sus empleados. En cuanto a los resultados, se obtuvo que solo la justicia interaccional presenta una relación negativa y significativa con el conflicto trabajo-familia; la relación justicia procedimental y conflicto trabajo-familia fue no significativa, además de positiva. Esta investigación y sus resultados respaldan la hipótesis de que el crecimiento empresarial, de la mano del bienestar del capital humano, depende de factores clave como la disminución de los conflictos de los empleados y la capacitación de los jefes o supervisores mediante estrategias de liderazgo transformacional que den cuenta de la justicia organizacional y de la participación activa de todos los actores, para fomentar así, relaciones y entornos laborales en los que prevalezcan valores fundamentales como el respeto, la honestidad, la dignidad y la cortesía.

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