2 edition of The Oxford handbook of organizational socialization found in the catalog.
The Oxford handbook of organizational socialization
|Statement||edited by Connie Wanberg|
|Series||Oxford library of psychology|
|LC Classifications||BF335 .O94 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2011047728|
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The Oxford Handbook of Organizational Socialization brings reviews of the scholarly literature together with perspectives on what is being done in organizations to integrate and support new employees. The first section introduces the principles and practice of employee socialization and provides a history of the field, and the second section.
"The Oxford Handbook of Organizational Socialization covers a range of perspectives and research topics with scholarship and meets the editorial goal to have a handbook for a variety of readers, such as psychology graduate students and their faculty mentors, scholars, researchers, and practitioners of psychology or related disciplines.5/5(3).
Organizational socialization is the process by which a new employee learns to adapt to an organizational culture. This crucial early period has been shown to have an influence on eventual job satisfaction, commitment, innovation, and cooperation, and ultimately the performance of the organization.
After decades of research on organizational socialization, 5/5(1). The Oxford Handbook of Organizational Socialization brings reviews of the scholarly literature together with perspectives on what is being done in organizations to.
The Oxford Handbook of Organizational Socialization Edited by Connie Wanberg Oxford Library of Psychology. This is the first edited volume dedicated solely to the process of socialization in organizations, covering extensive topical ground and insight into areas for future research.