Comportamiento laboral en época de covid-19. Revisión sistemática

  • Nayu Mercedes Bolivia-Rebolledo Universidad César Vallejo Lima – Perú
  • Mirtha Castañeda-Castro Universidad César Vallejo Lima – Perú
  • Juan Méndez Vergaray Universidad César Vallejo Lima – Perú
  • Aracelly Angelina Recines -Padilla Universidad César Vallejo Lima – Perú
  • Aurelio Juan Villaverde-Aguilar Universidad César Vallejo Lima – Perú
  • Edward Flores Universidad César Vallejo Lima – Perú

Resumen

En este contexto de emergencia sanitaria a causa de la COVID-19, todos los países enfrentaron cambios educativos, económicos, sociales y sanitarios inesperadas, ocasionando transformaciones en las formas y modalidades de trabajo; generando en las personas un cambio en el comportamiento laboral. Objetivo:  El propósito de este estudio es investigar como la pandemia del COVID-19 cambió o influyo en el comportamiento laboral en las personas, en instituciones públicas y privadas. Metodología: este estudio se realizó a través de una revisión sistemática de artículos científicos, entre el 2020 al 2021 relacionados al comportamiento laboral. Esta sistematización de información se ejecutó por medio de una búsqueda intensiva de las principales bases de datos científicos Scopus y Ebsco; además, se utilizó los descriptores de búsqueda o palabras clave: Labor behavior, work behavior, work attitude. Resultados: El proceso de selección según los criterios de exclusión e inclusión de la investigación quedaron 20 artículos para ser analizados a profundidad. Conclusión: El comportamiento laboral durante la epidemia de la COVID-19, se ha visto afectada en diferentes ámbitos como la aparición del estrés, la incorrecta posición ergonómica, ansiedad, dificultad en las relaciones matrimoniales, la responsabilidad de adecuarse al trabajo remoto y la atención de su familia.

Palabras clave: comportamiento laboral, conducta laboral, actitud laboral

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2021-12-27
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Bolivia-Rebolledo, N. M., Castañeda-Castro, M., Méndez Vergaray , J., Recines -Padilla, A. A., Villaverde-Aguilar, A. J., & Flores, E. (2021). Comportamiento laboral en época de covid-19. Revisión sistemática. Ciencia Latina Revista Científica Multidisciplinar, 5(6), 13567-13584. https://doi.org/10.37811/cl_rcm.v5i6.1343
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