OBETS. Revista de Ciencias Sociales

Enfoque de intercambio social y la felicidad en el trabajo: explorando el efecto mediador del compromiso organizacional

Rigoberto García-Contreras, J. Patricia Muñoz-Chávez, Lourdes C. Pineda-Celaya, Julia I. Rodríguez-Morales

DOI: https://doi.org/10.14198/OBETS2022.17.2.03

Resumen

Este artículo tiene como objetivo determinar los efectos directos e indirectos de las relaciones de intercambio social, intercambio líder miembro e intercambio entre miembros del equipo (LMX y TMX) sobre el compromiso organizacional y la felicidad en el trabajo. Con base en la revisión de la literatura y apoyándose en la perspectiva de la Teoría del Intercambio Social, los autores construyeron la estructura hipotética, incluyendo las cuatro variables en estudio. La muestra estuvo compuesta por 177 empleados de empresas mexicanas, y las hipótesis propuestas fueron examinadas a través de un análisis de trayectoria. Los resultados muestran que LMX, TMX y la felicidad en el trabajo tienen un efecto directo sobre el compromiso organizacional. También encontramos que el compromiso organizacional media la relación parcial entre LMX y la felicidad en el trabajo.

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Intercambio líder miembro; intercambio entre miembros del equipo; compromiso organizacional; felicidad en el trabajo

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