Trabalho e vida pessoal: exigências, recursos e formas de conciliação TITLE: Work-Life Balance: Demands, Resources and Reconciliation Strategies

Cláudia Andrade

Resumen


As alterações sociais, demográficas e económicas vividas nos últimos anos fazem-se acompanhar de um conjunto de exigências crescentes colocadas aos indivíduos, às famílias, às organizações e à sociedade, em geral, no que respeita ao modo como se articula o trabalho e a vida pessoal. Com este artigo pretende-se apresentar alguns dos modelos teórico-concetuais que estão na origem dos estudos sobre articulação trabalho-família-vida pessoal. Estes ilustram como diferentes dimensões do trabalho, da família, do indivíduo e do seu contexto podem, em determinados momentos, colidir gerando tensões e conflitos. Ao longo da análise efetuada serão apresentados resultados de estudos realizados tanto no contexto internacional, como ao nível nacional de modo a discutir as implicações e os desafios sociais que se colocam, na atualidade às relações entre trabalho e vida pessoal.

ABSTRACT

Social, demographic and economic changes that occurred over the last years brought an increase in demands placed on individuals, families, organizations and in the society, in general, with impacts on work and personal life reconciliation. In this article some of the conceptual models of work-family-personal life balance are presented in order to set a theoretical ground to understand how different dimensions of work, family, individual and context combine themselves creating tensions and conflicts. Results from several studies carried out in the Portugal and internationally, are presented in order to discuss the implications of the social challenges and the impacts on the study of work and personal life reconciliation.


Palabras clave


trabalho-vida pessoal; exigências; recursos Keywords: work-life balance; demands; resources

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