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Organizational Socialization & Work Related Attitudes in Indias Uncertainty Culture

Indian Journal of Industrial Relations

Volume 52 Issue 2

Published: 2016
Author(s) Name: Reeta Raina & Rajneesh Chauhan | Author(s) Affiliation: FORE School of Management, New Delhi, India.
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Job hopping has become the mantra for the Millennials. In todays dynamic times, managing people turnover is as critical as business turnover. Previous studies indicate that socialization efforts in organizations are one of the important antecedents of work related attitudes like organizational commitment, job satisfaction, organizational identification and intent to leave. This study aims at examining the impact of organizational socialization on work-related attitudes which may differ depending on employees need to reduce uncertainty. The results indicate that the socialization practices are reasonably well entrenched in India. Socialization has a weak correlation with organizational commitment, organizational identification, job satisfaction or intention to leave. Thus Western theories cannot be extrapolated to Indian situation because of differences in culture.

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