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By Amy L. Kristof-Brown, Jon Billsberry

An formidable survey of the sector, by way of a global staff of students, that appears towards the way forward for person-organization fit.

  • Explores how humans shape their impressions of healthy and the influence those have on their habit, and the way businesses can maximize fit
  • Includes a number of views related to how humans healthy into corporations, discussing concerns around the box and incorporating insights from comparable disciplines
  • Actively encourages students to participate in organizational healthy study, drawing on workshops and symposia held particularly for this booklet to discover the various artistic instructions that the sector is taking into the future

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2007) Multiple perspectives of fit in organizations across levels of analysis. In C. Ostroff and T. A. Judge (eds), Perspectives on Organizational Fit (pp. 3–69). New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Pervin, L. A. (1968) Performance and satisfaction as a function of individual–environment fit. Psychological Bulletin, 69, 56–68. Pervin, L. A. (1987) Person–environment congruence in the light of the person–situation controversy. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 31, 222–230. Ravlin, E. , and Ritchie, C.

The authors use COR to explain five distinct streams of research on fit, comprising stress, job satisfaction, person–vocation matching, recruitment and selection processes, and culture and climate matching processes, including the ASA model (Schneider, 1987). Additionally, these authors suggest that individuals will not engage in constant assessments of fit because the assessment itself requires 14 A. L. Kristof-Brown and J. Billsberry cognitive resources. Instead, they suggest that environmental events or shocks will trigger assessments of fit.

And Doverspike, D. (2006) The use of person– organization fit in employment decision making: An assessment of its criterion-related validity. Journal of Applied Psychology, 91, 786–801. Berscheid, E. (1999) The greening of relationship science. American Psychologist, 54, 260– 266. , and Marsh, P. J. G. (2005) Some suggestions for mapping organizational members’ sense of fit. Journal of Business and Psychology, 19, 555–570. Blaikie, N. (2007) Approaches to Social Enquiry: Advancing Knowledge, 2nd edn.

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