What is it about?

To establish what demographic characteristics (gender, generations, and organisational tenure) play a role in employee perceptions of organisational culture, commitment, and identification in Russian public organisations.

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Why is it important?

Based on empirical findings, this paper contributes to the literature on organisational socialisation by providing evidence of the damaging effects of the length of organisational tenure on psychological attachment to the company (in the form of commitment and identification). Additionally, tenure is the shaping factor of employee perception of organisational culture.

Perspectives

Demographics are available in any HR software, as a result, it is not difficult to get these data. Based on the article’s findings, HR practitioners can manage employee retention and engagement by creating various practices for different demographic groups (gender, generations, and organizational tenure).

Natalia Volkova
National Research University Higher School of Economics

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This page is a summary of: What demographics matter for organisational culture, commitment and identification?, International Journal of Organizational Analysis, September 2019, Emerald, DOI: 10.1108/ijoa-05-2019-1762.
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