Multianálisis de las organizaciones más valoradas para el desempeño laboral en España

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empresas, recursos humanos, nacionalidad, territorio, comunidades autónomas.

Resumen

El presente artículo trata de conocer el perfil de las empresas más valoradas para el desempeño laboral en España y determinar la posible influencia que tienen en la valoración total. Para ello, se parte del ranking de las 100 empresas con mayor valoración publicado anualmente por la Revista de Actualidad Económica en el período 2013-2016. En un primer paso, se realiza un análisis descriptivo de los promedios de valoración de las empresas agrupándolas por su nacionalidad, la región en la que tienen su sede, el sector económico, el tamaño y su cotización en el mercado bursátil. En un segundo paso, mediante modelos de regresión múltiple, se tratará de establecer si estas características influyen en la valoración total.  A pesar de los estudios realizados por diversos autores, no existe ninguno que analice diversas variables objetivas de las empresas para conocer sus perfiles y su posible influencia en el valor total. Los principales hallazgos serían que la mayoría de las empresas más atractivas para trabajar tienen carácter internacional (17 países); predominan los sectores financieros y actividades profesionales, científicas; ubicadas principalmente en la capital del país (76,8%); de gran tamaño y que cotizan en bolsa. Se concluye que sólo el tamaño y la cotización en bolsa, influyen en la valoración total de las empresas. Destacamos como principales contribuciones, la novedad de este tipo de estudios a través de métodos cuantitativos y un mayor conocimiento sobre el perfil de las empresas más atractivas para trabajar en España.

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2020-01-31

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Ferreiro-Seoane, F. J. (2020). Multianálisis de las organizaciones más valoradas para el desempeño laboral en España. Revista De Métodos Cuantitativos Para La Economía Y La Empresa, 29, 57-78. Recuperado a partir de https://www.upo.es/revistas/index.php/RevMetCuant/article/view/3470

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