An Investigation of Psychological Contract in Undergraduate Students

  •  Li Li    
  •  Jingya Zhang    


This study explores Chinese university students’ perception of psychological contract. Using questionnaires and a quantitative approach, the study indicates that money issues, rewarding work, delegation of authority and flexible working hours are of utmost importance to these students. The study participants will start their working lives in one or two years. Knowledge of their perceived psychological contract has implications for human resource management hoping to improve the relationship between employer and new hires.

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