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Adaptation within the Cultural Environment of the Organization as a Corrective Practice of Working out the Negative Consequences of the Primary Professional Experience of a Young Professional

ФИО студента: Nina Mazur

Руководитель: Alexander Mannin

Кампус/факультет: Faculty of Communications, Media, and Design

Программа: Advertising and Public Relations (Bachelor)

Год защиты: 2021

People’ first experience of work is one of the most significant steps of a young professional, nevertheless it may not always be a pleasant one. Previous studies on this topic revealed that negative experience at work may entail not only major mental problems but physical issues as well. This study aims to reflect on the practices, which might help a young specialist to overcome an unfortunate beginning of a professional career in a new corporate environment. A mixed study design was used in the conducting of the research. The data was collected both in quantitative and qualitative methods. The former was represented by an online tool, specifically an online questionnaire. It provided information on how young professionals rate their first work experience and what factors of a corporate environment were related to a negative and positive perception of their first work experience. The purpose of the online survey was to test the hypothesis using the results of a qualitative tool. While the qualitative method was used in order to explore the ideas of the young professionals in depth. The results of the research are assumed to be helpful in further studies on exploring a negative first work experience and how it might be managed through the organization’s environment.

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