TECHNOSTRESS E HOME OFFICE NA PANDEMIA DA COVID-19: IMPACTOS NA PRODUTIVIDADE DE SERVIDORES PÚBLICOS

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Gabriela Beltrame
Kelmara Mendes Vieira
Leander Luiz Klein
Debora Bobsin

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Esta pesquisa busca analisar o impacto do technostress e do trabalho em home office durante a pandemia da Covid-19 na produtividade de servidores públicos. A pesquisa foi realizada através de uma survey com 329 servidores públicos de uma Instituição de Ensino Superior (IES) do sul do Brasil. Como técnicas de análise, utilizou-se a análise fatorial e a análise de regressão múltipla. Os resultados sugerem a presença de technostress nos servidores e indicam que a sua produtividade é influenciada positivamente pelo fator impacto do home office no trabalho e negativamente pelo fator tecnocomplexidade e insegurança, assim como pela variável idade. Os resultados contribuem com as pesquisas relativas ao trabalho em home office durante a pandemia da Covid-19, evidenciando as consequências do technostress nesse contexto e na produtividade de servidores públicos de uma IES. Além disso, o estudo complementa a agenda de pesquisa do technostress, ainda escassa em estudos nacionais.

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BELTRAME, G.; VIEIRA, K. M.; KLEIN, L. L.; BOBSIN, D. TECHNOSTRESS E HOME OFFICE NA PANDEMIA DA COVID-19: IMPACTOS NA PRODUTIVIDADE DE SERVIDORES PÚBLICOS. Boletim de Conjuntura (BOCA), Boa Vista, v. 13, n. 38, p. 364–384, 2023. DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.10028987. Disponível em: https://revista.ioles.com.br/boca/index.php/revista/article/view/2400. Acesso em: 1 mar. 2024.
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