Career transitions within organizations: an exploratory study of work, nonwork, and coping strategies.

  • J C Latack
  • Published 1984 in Organizational behavior and human performance


This paper examines career transitions within organizations. An integrative model was developed and evaluated which views career transitions as a stress-coping process influenced by work and nonwork factors. Data supported the model in that individuals experiencing a large number of personal life transitions were more likely to adopt a symptom-management… (More)


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