Evolution du niveau de socialisation organisationnelle selon l'ancienneté : une analyse des premiers mois dans l'entreprise
The organizational socialization concept has received an increasing interest from researchers and practitioners. This research focuses on the relationship between socialization levels and tenure. We identify four dimensions of the concept, and develop one hypothesis for each. Two empirical studies with university graduates corroborate our four hypotheses: the levels of knowledge and understanding of the organization, the job tasks, and the work group are all positively associated with tenure, whereas the degree of adherence to and integration of organizational goals and values is not. Our research suggests that, beyond organizational domains, the underlying socialization processes ought to be considered.
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|Date of creation:||2008|
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|Publication status:||Published in M@n@gement, 2008, Vol. 11, no. 3. pp. 231-258.Length: 27 pages|
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