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Qualidade de vida no trabalho em empresa automotiva: comparação entre área administrativa e de produção

Authors
  • Salgado, William Fontanezzi
Publication Date
Apr 04, 2016
Source
Acervo Digital da Unesp
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Portuguese
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Abstract

The Quality of Work Life (QWL) is an area that has very grown in recent years. Companies are realizing how important it is to take care of the quality of life of its employees and that this care does not bring benefits only to workers, but mainly to the company's results. This study aimed to compare the QWL of employees working in the administrative area with those who work in the production area and check for possible improvement of indicators to be suggested for this company automotive assembly plant. The paper explains the importance of quality of life, well-being and QWL of officials to the growth and evolution of the company to which they belong. This is a research with applied characteristics, which was used QWLQBREF questionnaire (with use of a Likert scale) and subsequent interview with the same questionnaire (discursive form). 64 employees were questioned, 30 of administrative and 34 production line. As well as 10 interviews, 5 with administrative workers and 5 production. QLW has found a level of 3.73 (scale from 1 to 5) for the administrative area from a production area to 3.72. The minimum difference generated the need to differentiate the QWL for education level, age, service time and positions. At the end of the dissatisfactions we met the two areas, which work suggests that improvements are made. For the administrative area found out a lot of dissatisfaction with the lack of training and the productive area dissatisfaction was found to the problems with sleep. For future work is suggested: work the two main points raised at work and verify that there was improved QWL; and check the existing quality programs and those that are not yet implemented by checking the actual influence of the same in the QWL.

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