Complementary and supplementary fit: a theoretical and empirical integration.

@article{Cable2004ComplementaryAS,
  title={Complementary and supplementary fit: a theoretical and empirical integration.},
  author={Daniel M. Cable and Jeffrey R. Edwards},
  journal={The Journal of applied psychology},
  year={2004},
  volume={89 5},
  pages={
          822-34
        }
}
Complementary and supplementary fit represent 2 distinct traditions within the person-environment fit paradigm. However, these traditions have progressed in parallel but separate streams. This article articulates the theoretical underpinnings of the 2 traditions, using psychological need fulfillment and value congruence as prototypes of each tradition. Using a sample of 963 adult employees ranging from laborers to executives, the authors test 3 alternative conceptual models that examine the… 

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