Factors affecting internship satisfaction: Based on organizational socialization theory

@article{Huang2010FactorsAI,
  title={Factors affecting internship satisfaction: Based on organizational socialization theory},
  author={He Yan Huang and Jia Jia},
  journal={2010 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Education (ICAIE)},
  year={2010},
  pages={128-131}
}
Internship is not only the learning tools but also a good chance for college students to understand the workplace culture and his or her future working role within the organization. Based on organizational socialization theory, this empirical study analyzes the factors affecting college students' internship satisfaction. The major finding is that: the organizational socialization tactics adopted by the organizations and information seeking behaviors taken by college students has significant… CONTINUE READING

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