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Título : Support for career development in "dual career families"
Otros títulos : Apoyo para desarrollo de carrera de miembros de "familias de doble carrera"
Autor : Bejarano-Heredia, Alberto
Palabras clave : Familias con doble carrera
Apoyo organizacional
Mujeres en los negocios
Desarrollo de carrera
Gestión de recursos humanos
Fecha de publicación : 2009
Editorial : Universidad del Zulia (LUZ)
Citación : Puelles Gallo, M., Llorens Marín, M., & Talledo Flores, H. (2014). Perceptions of control as a determinant of the intention to purchase organic products. Innovar, 24(54), 139-152.
Resumen : Dual-career families, where both spouses seek to develop their own careers, represent the new social standard. This paper explores the type of support perceived as most relevant to career development for a professional member in a dual career family. Quantitative data was compiled using non-probabilistic sampling; the sample consisted of 51 employees belonging to dual-career families. Results show that organizational support is very relevant to career development, particularly in emotional, informational and instrumental dimensions. The second determinant is family support, where the emotional dimension was more critical. This study in the Peruvian context coincides with the findings of previous studies. Conclusions are that dual-career families perceive organizational support as a priority for their development; therefore, the study proposes that businesses should implement policies related to the emotional, Informational and instrumental dimension in their career development plans.
URI : http://www.scielo.org.ve/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1315-99842009000400003
ISSN : 1315-9984
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