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The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of talent management on knowledge-sharing by mediating organizational citizenship behavior. The research is a descriptive - survey research. The statistical population includes passengers of hotel Biltmore in Tbilisi Georgia. Due to the fact that the volume of the society is unclear, the sample size is considered equal. The sample method is also available. In this study a questionnaire was used. In relation to validity, content validity and reliability, alpha Cronbach’s method was used. The k-s test was used to check the normality using SPSS software and structural equation modeling and path analysis by LISREL software. The results showed that talent management has a significant effect on knowledge sharing through mediating organizational citizenship behavior. As stated, organizational citizenship behavior is spontaneous and conscious that promotes the effectiveness and efficiency of the organization. Although citizenship behavior is manifested in the individual, it is under the influence of organizational culture. In addition to individual and group variables, organizational variables such as structure, culture, strategy, size, technology and also organization environment affect the level of citizenship behavior in the organization. Therefore, we face a system approach with three variables that individual variables as input variables, and group and organizational variables as process variables in the workplace, are the ones that affect behavior. It is obvious that what has more influence on these factors will also influence citizen behavior. As mentioned, talent management ensures that appropriate people are placed at the right place.
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