RESEARCH ON THE ADAPTABILITY OF POST-90S EMPLOYEES IN ENTERPRISE

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Yejun Dong

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          This study is aimed at analysis of enterprises having post-1990s employees in various industries, such as state-owned enterprises, private enterprises, and foreign-funded enterprises in Beijing, Tianjin, Shijiazhuang, Nanjing, Jinan, etc., through the measurement of career adaptability, psychological capital scale, and work. The status table, with a total of 400 samples, using statistical analysis of data, and the proactive and post-effect variables of career resilience were discussed, and the following conclusions were drawn: (1) Post-1990s, the career adaptability of employees is mainly from career concerns and career control. Based on the four aspects of career planning and career self-confidence, the overall level of career resilience is directly related to the career resilience of the employees. Moreover, post-1990s, the career adaptability of employees depends on their age, length of service, education, nature of the company and size of the company as the influencing factors. (2) In addition, psychological capital plays an intermediary role between career adaptability and work status.

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Dong, Y. (2020). RESEARCH ON THE ADAPTABILITY OF POST-90S EMPLOYEES IN ENTERPRISE. Chinese Journal of Social Science and Management, 4(1), 32-47. Retrieved from https://so01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/CJSSM/article/view/237378
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