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Revista de la Asociación Española de Especialistas en Medicina del Trabajo

versión impresa ISSN 1132-6255

Resumen

MAMANI-BENITO, Óscar et al. Perceived job insecurity in employment due to the impact of COVID-19: validation of an instrument on Peruvian workers (LABOR-PE-COVID-19. Rev Asoc Esp Espec Med Trab [online]. 2020, vol.29, n.3, pp.184-193.  Epub 11-Ene-2021. ISSN 1132-6255.

Objective:

To determine the psychometric properties of the original four-item Occupational Insecurity Scale in Peruvian workers.

Material and Methods:

Transversal and instrumental study that took the Work Insecurity Scale to be able to validate it in the context of the COVID-19. With a sample of 332 workers from public and private entities, the form and content of the scale was validated.

Results:

Aiken’s V was found with values > 0.70 for the four items. The values of asymmetry and kurtosis were 24.3. In addition, AFE is justified with a KMO (0.780) and a Bartlett (654,235; gl = 6; p < 0.001). As a result, all items were condensed into a single factor. Finally, the values (λ) for the one-dimensional model were significant (item 1 = 0.85; item 2 = 0.90; item 3 = 0.84; item 4 = - 0.40).

Conclusions:

The Perceived Insecurity at Work Scale (LABOR-PE-COVID-19) is a valid, clear and representative scale.

Palabras clave : COVID-19; Labour mobility; occupational health; validation studies; Peru.

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