Les relations entre tactiques de socialisation et adéquations perçues
Relationships between organizational socialization (OS) tactics and fit perceptions were analyzed, by distinguishing between context, content, and social tactics (Jones, 1986) on the one hand, and person-organization (P-O), person-job (P-J), and person-group (P-G) fit perceptions on the other hand. Although all tactics were positively associated with P-O, P-J, and P-G fit perceptions, their relative impact was different. A dominance analysis indicated the relative impact of each tactic on P-O, P-J and P-G. Specifically, P-G fit was most significantly influenced by social tactics, P-J fit was most significantly influenced by content and social tactics, and P-O fit was most significantly influenced by context and social tactics. Social tactics therefore had a significant impact on all P-O, P-J, and P-G fit perceptions, even when controlling for the context and content tactics variables.
|Date of creation:||2009|
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|Publication status:||Published in Revue de Gestion des Ressources Humaines, 2009, no. 72. pp. 13-30.Length: 17 pages|
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