Den nyanställdes upplevelse av introduktion och person- organization fit i relation till arbetstillfredsställelse - en undersökning på Regionservice

Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från Lunds universitet/Institutionen för psykologi

Sammanfattning: The purpose of this study was to investigate whether there was any correlation between the three variables organizational socialization, person-organization fit and job satisfaction. If a correlation was to be found the aim of the study was to examine which of the independent variables organizational socialization and person-organization fit that is the best predictor to the dependent variable job satisfaction. To find out how the variables were correlated a survey was constructed and handed out to new employees at Regionservice, an administration unit at Region Skåne. The survey consisted of three self-assessment forms, one for each variable. The total number of participants amounted to 47. The result showed a strong positive correlation between all variables, i.e. between organizational socialization and P-O fit, between organizational socialization and job satisfaction and between P-O fit and job satisfaction. Organizational socialization and P-O fit together explained 53 % of the variance in job satisfaction. Only P-O fit had alone a significant prediction of the variance of job satisfaction. The conclusion of the study was that the experience of a persons organizational socialization did not have a significant explanation of the variance in job satisfaction, however P-O fit had a significant result which confirms earlier research.

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