IMPACTOS DO TELETRABALHO DURANTE A PANDEMIA DA COVID-19: PRINCIPAIS ACHADOS E LACUNAS DE PESQUISA

IMPACTS OF TELEWORK DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: MAIN FINDINGS AND RESEARCH GAPS

Autores

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.33362/visao.v12i1.2983

Palavras-chave:

Teletrabalho., Bibliometria., Pandemia., Saúde do trabalhador.

Resumo

A COVID-19 impactou diretamente a vida do trabalhador e das organizações em todo o mundo, e, impulsionado pela necessidade de isolamento social, o teletrabalho tornou-se a principal ferramenta de manutenção das atividades laborais. Assim, o debate sobre essa modalidade ganhou destaque, e fomentou o interesse de pesquisadores, tornando oportuna sua análise e sistematização. Diante disso, o objetivo central desta pesquisa foi analisar o panorama da produção científica acerca do teletrabalho durante a pandemia da COVID-19, utilizando-se de uma análise bibliométrica para identificar suas características primordiais, destacando as principais tendências e linhas de pesquisa futuras. Dessa forma, o estudo identificou que: I) houve um aumento significativo de pesquisas sobre teletrabalho; II) as relações de coautoria foram categorizados em quatro clusters, com estudos, predominantemente, sobre os efeitos do teletrabalho durante a pandemia e as implicações na saúde do trabalhador; III) teletrabalho é uma temática multidisciplinar presente em mais de 24 áreas do conhecimento, com destaque para as ciências sociais que concentram a maior parte das publicações; e IV) os artigos mais relevantes, foram citados entre 88 e 293 vezes, e os fatores de impacto dos periódicos nos quais foram publicados estão entre 3.251 e 14.098. Por fim, esta pesquisa aponta que mesmo com a crescente atenção da academia, ainda são necessários estudos futuros mais aprofundados sobre teletrabalho, considerando as esferas pessoal, organizacional e social, especialmente em vista do cenário pós-pandemia e os impactos a longo prazo provocados pela crise sanitária.

Palavras-Chave: Teletrabalho. Bibliometria. Pandemia. Saúde do trabalhador.

 

Abstract: COVID-19 directly impacted the lives of workers and organizations around the world, and, driven by the need for social isolation, telecommuting has become the main tool for maintaining work activities. Thus, the debate on this modality gained prominence, and fostered the interest of researchers, making its analysis and systematization timely. In view of this, the main objective of this research was to analyze the panorama of scientific production on telecommuting during the COVID-19 pandemic, using a bibliometric analysis to identify its main characteristics, highlighting the main trends and lines of future research. Thus, the study identified that: I) there was a significant increase in research on telework; II) co-authorship relationships were categorized into four clusters, with studies predominantly on the effects of telework during the pandemic and the implications for workers' health; III) telework is a multidisciplinary theme present in more than 24 areas of knowledge, with emphasis on the social sciences that concentrate most of the publications; and IV) the most relevant articles were cited between 88 and 293 times, and the impact factors of the journals in which they were published are between 3,251 and 14,098. Finally, this research points out that even with the growing attention of the academy, more in-depth future studies on telework are still necessary, considering the personal, organizational and social spheres, especially in view of the post-pandemic scenario and the long-term impacts caused by the health crisis.

Keywords: Telework. Bibliometry. Pandemic. Worker's health.

Biografia do Autor

Ayara Leticia Bentes da Silva, Universidade Federal do Pará, Belém, Pará.

Mestranda em Administração pela Universidade Federal do Pará

Greyce Emanuelle Moreira de Oliveira Lisboa, Universidade Federal do Pará, Belém, Pará.

Mestranda em Administração pela Universidade Federal do Pará

Cristiano Descovi Schimith, Universidade Federal do Pará

Professor da Universidade Federal do Pará (UFPA), formado em Administração com Habilitação em Comércio Exterior pela Universidade Regional Integrada, Mestre em Engenharia de Produção pela Universidade Federal de Santa Maria e Doutor em Engenharia de Produção e Sistemas pela Universidade do Vale do Rio dos Sinos.

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ARROYO VASCONCELLOS, C.; BENTES DA SILVA, A. L. .; MOREIRA DE OLIVEIRA LISBOA, G. E.; DESCOVI SCHIMITH, C. IMPACTOS DO TELETRABALHO DURANTE A PANDEMIA DA COVID-19: PRINCIPAIS ACHADOS E LACUNAS DE PESQUISA: IMPACTS OF TELEWORK DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: MAIN FINDINGS AND RESEARCH GAPS. Revista Visão: Gestão Organizacional, Caçador (SC), Brasil, v. 12, n. 1, p. 53–73, 2023. DOI: 10.33362/visao.v12i1.2983. Disponível em: https://periodicos.uniarp.edu.br/index.php/visao/article/view/2983. Acesso em: 24 fev. 2024.

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