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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Elizaveta Tsvetkova
Psychological and Organizational Aspects of Adaptation of New Employees
Public Administration
(Bachelor’s programme)
9
2016
The research is based on a theoretical analysis of psychological background of adaptation process of new employees and management mechanisms of adaptation in the organization. The aim of this study is to develop a set of practical recommendations for the construction and implementation of effective adaptation system in the civil service.

It is important to understand that in the process of adaptation is equally included not only new employees with their personal and professional qualities, but also the organization itself, its structure and environment. The sooner the employee possess the principles of performance in the workplace, get acquainted with the specifics of internal organizational processes, build reliable relationships with colleagues, the faster the organization will begin to function effectively, and workers will feel job-satisfaction.

In the analysis of Russian realities, we identified the existing shortcomings in the work of the adaptation of civil servants. At present, the development, application and improvement of human technology of the staff adaptation is mainly declarative. It is necessary to construct clear system of personnel adaptation in the civil service, which will consolidate the results of the selection, improve the quality of interaction between staff and the performance of official duties, as well as to reduce the stress level of employees and turnover rate. Moreover, important common policy in this area should be supported by the coordination of the implementation of adaptation techniques for various government agencies.

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