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The Importance of Applicant Perceptions When Recruiting Employees to Teams

  title={The Importance of Applicant Perceptions When Recruiting Employees to Teams},
  author={David R. Earnest and Ronald S. Landis},
This study examined the recruitment of employees to work in teams through an investigation into the impact of perceptions of teams on pre-hire recruitment variables in team and individual positions. A repeated measures design with a sample of 123 college students produced evidence to support the idea that perceptions of teams do influence pre-hire recruitment variables. This study provides evidence for the effect of recruitment information concerning job requirements, such as the high… Expand

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