Empirical Study of Career Management and Engagement

Xueling PEI

Abstract


This paper constructs the theoretical model of relation between organizational career management, individual career management and engagement. The results show that: Promotion fair, pay attention to training and vocational cognition of organizational career management positively affect individual career management, which also positively affect engagement, but they do not have direct significant impact on engagement. Provide information of organizational career management not only affect individual career management positively and directly, but also positively affect the engagement with the mediation of individual career management.

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Career management; Organization; Individual; Engagement

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