Il ruolo dei comportamenti civici nell’efficacia dei modelli organizzativi HSE: evidenze empiriche dall’esperienza di ENI

Autori/Curatori Francesco Testa, Fabio Iraldo
Anno di pubblicazione 2018 Fascicolo 2017/107 Lingua Italiano
Numero pagine 20 P. 125-144 Dimensione file 342 KB
DOI 10.3280/QUA2017-107004
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I comportamenti di cittadinanza organizzativa (Organizational citizenship behaviors - OCBs), relativi al tema della salute e sicurezza sui luoghi di lavoro e dell’ambiente (health and safety and environment - HSE), rappresentano dei fattori essenziali per rendere efficienti i modelli organizzativi. Lo studio si focalizza sull’esperienza di Eni spa, multinazionale italiana operante principalmente nel settore petrolifero e del gas. Partendo da una matura esperienza in materia HSE, Eni ha condotto un’indagine su un ampio campione di dipendenti per comprendere il ruolo dell’OCB nell’ambito del proprio modello organizzativo. L’indagine porta diversi contributi alla letteratura teorica ed empirica su OCBs e gestione HSE. In primo luogo, propone una prospettiva integrativa che spiega le principali forze motrici dell’OCB e chiarisce la relazione tra fattori individuali e contestuali. In secondo luogo, l’indagine fornisce una chiara indicazione dell’importanza della prospettiva comportamentale nella comprensione dell’efficacia delle pratiche HSE.;

Keywords:Organizational Citizenship Behaviour Ambiente, salute e sicurezza, comportamenti pro-sociali

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Francesco Testa, Fabio Iraldo, Il ruolo dei comportamenti civici nell’efficacia dei modelli organizzativi HSE: evidenze empiriche dall’esperienza di ENI in "QUADERNI DI ECONOMIA DEL LAVORO" 107/2017, pp 125-144, DOI: 10.3280/QUA2017-107004