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Coping With a New Job: A Comparative Study of New Hires and Job Changers, Academy of Management Journal

Abstract

Differences in coping strategies used by new hires and job changers are investigated. Job changers try harder to control and change their job situations than do new hires, who seek out more social support and more aid from others. No systematic differences were found between the two groups in the degree of palliative coping.

Type

Article

Author(s)

Jeanne Brett

Date Published

1983

Citations

Brett, Jeanne. 1983. Coping With a New Job: A Comparative Study of New Hires and Job Changers. Academy of Management Journal. 26(2): 258-272.

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