Abdul, Razzaq and Malik, Asif (2012): The effect of socialization on employees efficiency: moderating role of perceived organizational support.
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The present study aims to investigate the effect of socialization on employee’s efficiency with moderating role of perceived organizational support. A field survey approach was used by selecting 30 employees from telecom sector. Pakistan study area was district Hyderabad. Multistage simple random sampling technique used to select employees. Structured questionnaire was used as data instrument. The result confirm that organizational socialization enhance organization commitment of employees, thus reducing cost of losing employees therefore, socialization program must be designed so which fulfills the expectation of employees. On the basis of result it is recommended that government, and non-government organization must enhance friendly environment in their organization to meet the market competition and more output with less input.
|Item Type:||MPRA Paper|
|Original Title:||The effect of socialization on employees efficiency: moderating role of perceived organizational support|
|Keywords:||Employee, unfriendly environment, efficiency,socialization, commitment,resource management,Organization socialization|
|Subjects:||D - Microeconomics > D2 - Production and Organizations > D21 - Firm Behavior: Theory|
|Depositing User:||Abdul Razzaq Khan|
|Date Deposited:||29 May 2012 23:04|
|Last Modified:||17 Apr 2016 11:04|
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