In a century of globalization, organizations are the main driver of interest for young people seeking employment. Organizations (companies of different types) are also the main nucleus where young people (20-35 age) are improving their professional life for the labor market. In this way, we must study the way in which these organizations communicate and the main elements that this type of communication has. Furthermore, organizational communication must be ergonomic to be one of the success factors of companies. To determine which functions should be performed by ergonomic communication, we have used the systematic review of the literature part and the Cronbach-Alfa method of analysis for the questionnaire. Following the summary analysis of the literature it emerged that ergonomic communication must have four characteristics (according to Table 2) The share of these characteristics in organizations in Timisoara, Romania, was calculated using the analysis Alpha Cronbach, resulting in a value of 0,60. The main conclusion of the research is that the communication process of the investigated organizations, according to their employees, does need more than four characteristics to be ergonomics.

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