Organizational Socialization & Perceived Organizational Support

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Presentation in Organizational Development at University of Illinois, 2009.

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The Role of Perceived Organizational Support in Organizational Socialization : 

The Role of Perceived Organizational Support in Organizational Socialization I-Pang Fu @ HRE 530 / Nov. 16, 2009

Outline : 

Introduction Literature reviews Perceived organizational support Organizational socialization Research hypothesis Conclusion Questions & Comments Outline

Introduction : 

Introduction Why are changes always there Why does socialization happen everyday Where does social exchange theories rule What will perceived organizational support help

Literature Review ① : 

Perceived organizational support Employees’ general views Organization’s readiness to reward Socioemotional needs of employees Employees’ contribution Employees’ cares about the well-being (Rhoades & Eisenberger, 2002) Perceived organizational support affects: Job related factors: performance, stains, desire to remain Role related factors: role conflicts, career satisfaction, extra-role performance (Chen, Eisenberger, Johnson, Sucharski, & Aselage, 2009; Harris, Harris,& Harvey, 2007 ) Literature Review ①

Literature Review ② : 

Organizational socialization Anticipatory socialization Encounter or accommodation Change and acquisition (Bauer et al, 1998; Feldman, 1981; Fisher, 1986) Socialization causes by: Learning Adjusting Accepting (Liang and Hsieh, 2008) Literature Review ②

Hypothesis : 

H1: The degree of perceived organizational support will facilitate the process of organizational socialization H1a: Higher perceived organizational support will shorten the period of anticipatory socialization H1b: Higher perceived organizational support will shorten the period of accommodation H1c: Higher perceived organizational support will change the pace of role management Hypothesis

Conclusion : 

Conclusion

Questions and Comments : 

References: Armstrong-Stassen, M., & Ursel, N.D. (2009). Perceived organizational support, career satisfaction, and the retention of older workers. Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology, 82, 201-220. Chen, Z., Eisenberger, R., Johnson, K.M., Sucharski, I.V., & Aselage, J. (2009). Perceived organizational support and extra-role performance: which leads to which?. The Journal of Social Psychology, 149 (1), 119-124. Harris, R.B., Harris, K.J., & Harvey, P. (2007). A test of competing models of relationship among perceptions of organizational politics, perceived organizational support, and individual outcomes. The Journal of Social Psychology, 147 (6), 631-655. Liang, S. & Hsieh, A. (2008). The role of organizational socialization in burnout: A Taiwanese example. Social Behavior and Personality, 36 (2), 197-216. Rhoades, L., & Eisenberger, R. (2002). Perceived organizational support: A review of literature. Journal of Applied Psychology, 87 (4), 698-714. Questions and Comments

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