Organizational Pressure Dimensions Measuring of “Post-80s” Employees and Its Implications for Talent Strategy

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This article adopts empirical research methods to measure the content of organizational pressure about “post-80s” employees. Exploratory factor analysis and confirmatory factor analysis are used to extract and verify 6 factors of organizational pressure. The 6 factors are workload, monotonous work, role conflict, interpersonal relationships, career development and organizational system. Based on the 6 dimensions of organization pressure, we propose some measures the organization should take, providing references for corporate human resources management.

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Yang, D. and Yang, L. (2014) Organizational Pressure Dimensions Measuring of “Post-80s” Employees and Its Implications for Talent Strategy. Open Journal of Social Sciences, 2, 13-18. doi: 10.4236/jss.2014.212003.

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