Dr Claudia Manzi – Dr Eleonora Crapolicchio | How Companies Can Retain Young Workers

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Younger workers will have a far higher number of jobs throughout their careers, compared to previous generations. Accordingly, they display lower organisational commitment than the baby boomer generation. It is thus more important than ever for companies to understand how to attract and retain talent. The person-organisation fit theory is often used to assess the relationship between an organisation and its employees. It measures the compatibility between workers and organizations in terms of needs, values, interests, and behaviour, taking into consideration the company’s culture, mission, and strategy. Read More

Original Article Reference

Based on the paper: ‘What drives young workers? Person-organization fit-in identity motives—A mixed-method study’, in the Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, doi.org/10.1002/casp.2730


For further information, you can connect with Dr Claudia Manzi at claudia.manzi@unicatt.it and Dr Eleonora Crapolicchio at eleonora.crapolicchio@unicatt.it




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