Orientation/Socialization and Training Importance, Difference

Socialization is a process by which an employee begins to adapt to the values, norms, and beliefs of the organization and its members (culture). It Involves learning the organization’s climate and “learning to fit in”.


“members’ shared perceptions of the contingencies between behaviours that occur in the work environment and their consequences”
Learning what behaviours are expected, acceptable, unacceptable

The presentation also discusses about:
Strategic Importance of Socialization
Socialization vs Orientation
Stages of Socialization

Socialization Tactics
Trends Affecting Training
Training Process Model
Organizational Influences on Transfer of Training
Cost-benefit Analysis
Does training increase turnover?

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Source: MCMaster University