Factors predicting the conversion of interns into regular employees: an empirical study of business internships in China
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This study investigates the factors which determine the successful conversion of interns into regular employees within their host organisations. The data was gathered at three different time intervals within organisations located in China. The sample comprised 606 respondents representing 303 intern-supervisor dyads. The findings indicate that LMX, Intern Proactive Personalities, Internship Satisfaction and Guanxi were all influential factors in determining intern conversion. Conversely, intern In-role Performance and Learning played a weak role in predicting conversion.
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