Fit Happens Globally: A Meta-Analytic Comparison of the Relationships of Person–Environment Fit Dimensions with Work Attitudes and Performance Across East Asia, Europe, and North America

@article{Oh2014FitHG,
  title={Fit Happens Globally: A Meta-Analytic Comparison of the Relationships of Person–Environment Fit Dimensions with Work Attitudes and Performance Across East Asia, Europe, and North America},
  author={In-Sue Oh and Russell P Guay and Kwanghyun Kim and Crystal M. Harold and Jong-hyun Lee and Chang-goo Heo and Kanghyun Shin},
  journal={Personnel Psychology},
  year={2014},
  volume={67},
  pages={99-152}
}
In this cross-cultural meta-analysis, we examine the relationships between person-environment [P-E] fit and work attitudes (organizational commitment, job satisfaction, and intent to quit) as well as job performance based on 96 studies (110 independent samples) conducted in East Asia, Europe, and North America. We compare the results across cultures while focusing on 4 dimensions of P-E fit (person-job fit, person-organization fit, person-group fit, and person-supervisor fit) separately and… 

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