Staff Socio-Professional Adaptation

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In any aspect of staff movements within the division, office or hotel, it is important to bear in mind the need to help the staff member adapt to the new conditions. Whether a new staff member who has only been employed, a staff member who has been transferred to another office to a similar office, or a staff member who has been promoted or downgraded, they all need professional adaptation.

It was important not to confuse the notions of " trial time " and " adaptation period " . Vocational adaptation is understood to be a reciprocal arrangement between a specialist (co-worker) and a team of the enterprise (in this case, a hotel), which is the result of which the employee is absorbed in the enterprise. This means that he learns to live in a relatively new socio-professional, organizational and economic environment, and finds his place in the structure of the enterprise as a specialist capable of meeting the challenges of a certain level. During this period, the staff member develops a professional culture and is included in the system of interpersonal relations and relations prior to its arrival.

At the same time, the team to which a new staff member enters or within whom the hierarchical ladder moves, is also in the process of adaptation. This is related to the breakdown of existing relationships and relationships that have been established in the collective at a certain stage of its development. The redistribution of these links and the creation of new ones demonstrate the dynamic processes that characterize the group as a living organism.

The following types of adaptation are different: the primary means of adapting young professionals with no professional experience or new recruits to the organization, and the secondary ones of specialists with professional experience (including in the enterprise).

Since adaptation is a multilateral process, there are several different types of adaptation.

♪ Psychophysiological adaptation is used to new physical and psychophysiological stresses for the organism, mode, pace and rhythm of work, sanitary and hygienic factors of the productive environment, and the special features of the nutrition and recreational regime.

♪ Socio-psychological adaptation - adaptation to the new social environment, integration into the system of professional interpersonal relations and relations, development of new social roles, norms of conduct, group norms and values, identification of themselves with a professional group.
♪ Professional adaptation - adapting already available professional experience and career style to the requirements of a new job, recruiting a staff member ' s new job and responsibilities, refining the required skills and skills, integrating into professional cooperation and partnership, and gradually developing competitiveness.

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