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Work Flexible Relations- A yet unknown model in the generation of positive results Imprimir E-mail

 WORK FLEXIBLE RELATIONS –A YET UNKNOWN MODEL IN THE GENERATION OF POSITIVE RESULTS


Pilau, Daniele R. (1) / Brum, Tônia M. (2) / Saldanha, Eduardo F. (3) / Machado, Lauren dos S. (4)  
Universidade Regional Integrada do Alto Uruguai e das Missões
Departmento de Administración
URI - Campus Santo Ângelo (1) and Santiago (2, 3, 4)
Calle Universidade das Missões, 464-CEP 98.802 - 470 – Santo Ângelo-RS-Brazil.
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SUMMARY
In the current economic scene it is crucial to be competitive, but to continue being so is a mater of survival, be it for the enterprise as for the workers. In this context, this study deals with the evolution of flexibility in the labor relations, of the citizens, of the concepts and the typology of such relationships and of the influence of this flexibility in enterprises competitiveness. On the other hand, it presents a diagnosis of such flexibility in small enterprises of a certain gaucho region. Such a diagnosis demonstrates the kind of adopted contracts, in which ways flexibility is used, and the interest / and lack of interest of these wishing flexibility in some functions. The methodology consists on the descriptive research of reality of a sample of the secondary and tertiary sectors of the aforementioned region, beyond being taken as a bibliographical research on the topic. The data have been gathered by means of a semi-structured questionnaire to those in charge of such enterprises. The results have been based on the qualitative analysis of the constant data in graphs and charts. The results show that these enterprises are still sufficiently subjected to the traditional forms of work relationships.

KEY WORDS:
Flexibility in Labor relations, Competitiveness, Management, Small Enterprises.

 

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