Determinants of work and family balance in Monterrey, Mexico.

Revista GEON (Gestión, Organizaciones Y Negocios)

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Title Determinants of work and family balance in Monterrey, Mexico.
Determinantes del balance laboral y familiar en Monterrey, México
 
Creator Delgado-Ledezma, Karina Elizabeth
 
Subject Work balance
family balance
Strees at work
factor analysis
Case study
Monterrey
México
M12 Personnel Management Executives Executive Compensation
M50 Personnel Economics
M54 labor Management
C38 Classification Methods; Cluster Analysis; Principal Components; Factor Models
balance laboral
equilibrio familiar
estrés laboral
análisis factorial
caso de estudio
Monterrey
México
M12 Gestión de personal; Ejecutivos; Compensacion Ejecutiva; Economía del personal
M50 Gestión laboral
M54 Métodos de clasificación
C38 Análisis de conglomerados Componentes principales Modelos de factores
 
Description This article analyzes the determinants involved in the work and family balance in the municipality of Monterrey in the state of Nuevo León, Mexico. Several recent studies indicate that such balance is critical for an employee. Thus, non-profit organizations and Mexican institutions have had an impact on the development of public policies about work and family balance, leading to new amendments in constitutional laws across different countries. In that sense, the objective of this article is the quantification of the factors that impact on work and family balance. Specifically, social responsibility, work stress, tax incentives, public policies, and work schedule flexibility were analyzed. In this study, the factor analysis technique included data from a sample of 103 employees. Results indicated that both a firm’s social responsibility and work stress have a direct impact on the work and family balance. In the other hand, public policies and work schedule flexibility had a non-significant impact.
El presente artículo analiza los determinantes que intervienen en el balance laboral y familiar en el municipio de Monterrey en el Estado de Nuevo León, México. Diversos estudios recientes señalan que dicho balance es crítico para poder lograr un equilibrio en el individuo. Por consiguiente, asociaciones civiles e instituciones mexicanas han tenido un impacto en el desarrollo de las políticas públicas sobre el balance laboral y familiar, que ha derivado en modificaciones de estatutos y leyes de diferentes países con un enfoque en la armonía entre el trabajo y la familia. Por lo tanto, el objetivo del artículo es cuantificar los determinantes que inciden en el balance laboral y familiar. Específicamente, se pretende analizar el efecto de la responsabilidad social empresarial, el estrés laboral, los incentivos fiscales, las políticas públicas y la flexibilidad de horario en el balance laboral y familiar. En este estudio se entrevista a 103 empleados y por medio de la técnica de análisis factorial se encuentra que la responsabilidad social de la empresa donde trabajan, así como el estrés laboral tienen un impacto directo en la variable dependiente, mientras que la práctica de las variables de incentivos fiscales, políticas públicas y flexibilidad de horario presentan un impacto no significativo.
 
Publisher Universidad de los Llanos
 
Date 2021-01-05
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Research Article
Artículo de Investigación
 
Format application/pdf
text/html
 
Identifier https://revistageon.unillanos.edu.co/index.php/geon/article/view/203
10.22579/23463910.203
 
Source GEON Journal (Management, Organizations and Business); Vol. 8 No. 1 (2021): Geon Journal Vol 8 No 1 january june 2021; 1-12
Revista GEON (Gestión, Organizaciones y Negocios); Vol. 8 Núm. 1 (2021): Revista Geon Vol 8 No 1 enero junio 2021; 1-12
2346-3910
 
Language spa
 
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https://revistageon.unillanos.edu.co/index.php/geon/article/view/203/276
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