O papel mediador da satisfação com a vida na relação entre adição ao trabalho e o conflito trabalho-família

Palavras-chave: Adição ao trabalho, Satisfação com a vida, Conflito trabalho-família, Profissionais autônomos

Resumo

O estudo objetivou avaliar se a satisfação com a vida (SV) desempenha papel mediador na relação entre a Adição ao Trabalho (AT) e o conflito trabalho-família (CTF) em uma amostra de 490 profissionais autônomos (PA) brasileiros. Como instrumentos de pesquisa, foram utilizados um questionário sociodemográfico e laboral, a Dutch Work Addiction Scale (DUWAS), a Escala de Satisfação com a Vida (ESV) e a Escala de Interação Trabalho-Família – Survey Work-Home Interaction Nijmegen (SWING). Os resultados confirmam a hipótese de que a SV funciona como mediadora entre as dimensões da AT e o CTF. 

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2020-08-30