How Interviewees Consider Content and Context Cues to Person–Organization Fit

@article{Kutcher2013HowIC,
  title={How Interviewees Consider Content and Context Cues to Person–Organization Fit},
  author={Eugene J. Kutcher and Jennifer DeNicolis Bragger and Jamie L. Masco},
  journal={ORG: Other Human Resource Management \& Organizational Behavior (Topic)},
  year={2013}
}
The interview is an ideal opportunity for job candidates to assess their fit with potential employers. While research shows that candidates' perceptions of person–organization (PO) fit lead to important outcomes, fewer studies explore how such perceptions are formed. A policy‐capturing study modeled how job candidates detect and interpret cues from the interview to inform their determinations of PO fit. A total of 213 participants read a series of vignettes representing interview scenarios, and… Expand
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