An investigation into the Practice of socialization at workplaces in Bangladesh: Human Resource Departments and Employees point of view
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The purpose of this study is to examine the human resource departments’ and employees’ point of view regarding socialization process at workplace in context of Bangladesh. Socialization is a primary process to facilitate work adjustment for new employees or employees taking new roles. It typically includes early learning and adjustments after organizational entry. This process is entirely controlled neither by the organization, nor by the individual. This paper considers the effectiveness of socialization related to employees’ commitment to their organizations, their level of satisfaction, negative turnover ratio, and performance and productivity. With reference to research evidence, that we have studied both from Human Resource Departments’ (HRDs’) and employees’ point of view on the basis of a questionnaire survey, we have found that socialization has impact on employees’ performance and productivity, motivation, negative turnover ratio, and organizational stability.