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Evolution du niveau de socialisation organisationnelle selon l'ancienneté: une analyse des premiers mois dans l'entreprise

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  • Serge Perrot

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    (DRM - Dauphine Recherches en Management - CNRS : UMR7088 - Université Paris Dauphine - Paris IX)

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Le concept de socialisation organisationnelle connaît un regain d'intérêt dans les recherches récentes en gestion, et renvoie à des préoccupations managériales fortes. Notre recherche s'intéresse à l'évolution du niveau de socialisation en fonction de l'ancienneté, durant les premiers mois en entreprise. Nous identifions quatre dimensions de la socialisation, et formulons une hypothèse pour chacune d'elles. Deux études empiriques, menées auprès de populations de jeunes diplômés, corroborent les quatre hypothèses formulées : les niveaux de connaissance et de compréhension de l'organisation, du travail, et du groupe de travail sont tous les trois positivement associés à l'ancienneté, alors que le degré d'adhésion et d'intégration des objectifs et valeurs organisationnels n'est pas associé à l'ancienneté. Notre recherche suggère qu'au-delà des domaines de socialisation, une prise en compte des processus sous-jacents est essentielle.

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Date of creation: Dec 2008
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Publication status: Published, M@n@gement, 2008, 11, 3, 231-258
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Keywords: Socialisation organisationnelle; temps; ancienneté;

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