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|Keywords: ||組織社會化、工作鑲嵌、親和需求、權力需求、成就需求、離職意願、Organization socialization、Job embeddedness、Employee needs、Turnover intention、Achievement needs 、Affiliation needs 、Power needs|
|Issue Date: ||2016-03-10T05:58:50Z
Abstract:The purpose of this study is to understand the turnover intention of the newly employed within the shipping industry via four dimensions: organization socialization, job embeddedness, employee needs, and turnover intention. The research findings presented were based on regression analyses, and therefore yielded the following: (1) the more the newly employed involve in the organization socialization setting, the better an individual fits in, links with, and tends to sacrifice for his or her organization; (2) the closer an employee and his or her organization become, the less possibility such employee opts to leave the company; (3) the connection between organization socialization and job embeddedness may well be strengthened by means of achievement needs; (4) affiliation needs form no constructive correlations between organization socialization and job embeddedness; and (5) the relationship between organization socialization and job embeddedness may well be facilitated via power needs.
|Relation: ||23(3),P25 - 45|
|Appears in Collections:||[航運管理學系] 期刊論文|
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