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讲座:After offer acceptance but before day one: Interim socialization need and reception, and its effects on newcomer adjustment

发布者:人力资源办公室    发布时间:2018-01-02

组织管理系学术讲座 

题  目After offer acceptance but before day one: Interim socialization need and reception, and its effects on newcomer adjustment 

讲座嘉宾:Lusi Wu Ph.D. Candidate at Krannert School of Management, Purdue University

主持人:   副教授

   间:2017110 周四 13:30-15:00

   点:上海交通大学 徐汇校区包兆龙图书馆A305教室 

摘要与嘉宾简介: 

Abstract:

New hires’ interactions with organizations during the interim period, or time between when they accept their job offer and when they officially start work are potentially critical yet rarely studied. The authors conduct four studies to examine the factors that influence new hires’ interim socialization need, reception, and the effects of interim socialization reception on new hire adjustment. Using an experimental design, Study 1 shows that proactive personality positively relates to interim socialization need, and stronger organizational reputation attenuates this relationship. Study 2 replicates these results among employees in their interim period. Study 3 finds that proactive personality and organizational reputation independently relate to interim socialization received among newly admitted Ph.D. students. Study 4 then uses three waves of Ph.D. student data over a four-month period to demonstrate that, beyond the effects of post-entry orientation programs, interim socialization information that is actually provided relates to newcomer task performance, OCBO, OCBI, and organizational identification through role clarity, task mastery, and work group integration. The studies thus illuminate potential advantages of socializing newly hired employees after the recruitment process ends but before they actually enter their new organization. 

Author:

Lusi Wu is a Ph.D. Candidate at Krannert School of Management, Purdue University. She received a bachelor’s degree and a master’s degree from Renmin Uhiversity of China. Her research interests include organizational socialization, leader-member relationships, work-family conflict, and recruitment. Her research has been published in Personnel Psychology and Journal of Management.