O ser e o trabalho: um estudo de avaliação de fatores indicativos de satisfação

Translated title of the contribution: Being and working: a factor evaluation study satisfaction indicatives

Samuel Rodrigues Lima, Sefisa Quixadá Bezerra, Levi Leonido , Elsa Maria Gabriel Morgado

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Job satisfaction is important for the well-being of employees and, consequently, provides better performance in their activities. Some authors consider that in order to have an adequate notion of how to measure it, the relationship of the employee with some factors must be analyzed, among which they are always studied by the literature of the area and therefore chosen to compose this work: the nature and conditions of the work. work, salary, job promotion system, work team and immediate superior. In this sense, the present study sought to assess the level at which the said factors indicating satisfaction are impacting the work of employees of a project in the bakery sector in Sobral-CE. To this end, an exploratory descriptive research referenced with data collection in the field was carried out, using the case study method. The main authors surveyed were Bergamini (2000), Chiavenato (2003), Tamayo (1998), Sarathy and Barbosa (1981) and Martinez and Paraguay (2003). The results showed that, regarding the nature of work, immediate superior and work team dimensions, in the researched location, the evaluation was very positive, while the dimensions of job and remuneration showed an average satisfaction regarding these questions and, possibility of evaluation by the company. The results of the dimensions are consistent with the data found in the general assessment with the quality of life indicators.
Translated title of the contributionBeing and working: a factor evaluation study satisfaction indicatives
Original languagePortuguese
Pages (from-to)55-85
Number of pages31
JournalRevista Internacional de Ciências, Tecnologia e Sociedade
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 29 Mar 2020


  • Job satisfaction
  • Organizational behavior
  • People management


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