Quitting versus Not Quitting: The Process and Development of an Assimilation Program Within Opportunity Resources, Inc.
Year of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Department or School/College
Department of Communication Studies
assimilation and Opportunity Resources, assimilation process, assimilation program, Opportunity Resources, assimilation, ORI
University of Montana
To assist Opportunity Resources, Inc. (ORI) in lowering its turnover rate, an assimilation program was designed to be implemented within the ogranization to enhance communication difficulties and training deficiencies. Information was collected from 17 current and former employees (management and staff) of Missoula, MT's ORI. Based from the results, a Job Rotation Position (JRP) Assimilation Program was developed and tailored using Myers and Oetzel's (2003) interactive assimilation model.
Stovall, Amanda N., "Quitting versus Not Quitting: The Process and Development of an Assimilation Program Within Opportunity Resources, Inc." (2009). Graduate Student Theses, Dissertations, & Professional Papers. 792.
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