INFLUENCE OF THE SIZE ORGANIZATIONS ON RECOGNITION EXPECTATIONS IN SMALL ORGANIZATIONS

Abstract : Recognition becomes a key concept that actors in organizations require increasingly. Moreover, the concept of recognition is increasingly sought by managers and HR specialists to analyze the overall desires of people in organizations in order to lever the performance of human resources management. In this paper, beyond a more comprehensive definition of recognition, we present an analysis of the influence of the size of organizations size on the recognition expectation. The scientific observation draws on 17 diagnoses and 12 cases in small organization various sizes 1 employee to 700 employees. It leads to particularly discuss the proximity factor. Indeed, the variation of the proximity factor appears to be strongly correlated with the size of small organizations and the metamorphosis of actor’s expectations.
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Congrès AOM Anaheim 2016 - Division MC, Aug 2016, Anaheim, United States
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Alexis Roche. INFLUENCE OF THE SIZE ORGANIZATIONS ON RECOGNITION EXPECTATIONS IN SMALL ORGANIZATIONS. Congrès AOM Anaheim 2016 - Division MC, Aug 2016, Anaheim, United States. 〈hal-01357036〉

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