The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between employee treatment and work productivity and satisfaction. This study is interested in the dialogue and communicative practice of employers with employees, particularly those in entry level positions, and how those interactions change over time, from the on-boarding process through employee socialization and assimilation experiences. As such, this study will focus on how entry level employees frame their work satisfaction, compensation, relationships and intentions to stay with the organization as they reflect on the experience of joining the organization and subsequent interactions thereafter with peers, superiors and the organization as a whole. The study correlates with Stanley Deetz's Critical Theory of Communication within Organizations. I plan on presenting the paper that will showcase my results and findings from the research.