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What is the process through which employees are adapted to an organization's culture? A. Personalization B. Mentoring C. Socialization D. Institutionalization
C. Socialization is the process through which employees are adapted to an organization's culture.
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C. Socialization is the process through which employees are adapted to an organization's culture.
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