The Influence of Political Climate on Job Pursuit Intentions and the Moderating Effect of Machiavellianism

  title={The Influence of Political Climate on Job Pursuit Intentions and the Moderating Effect of Machiavellianism},
  author={Emilija Djurdjevic and Christopher C. Rosen and Samantha A. Conroy and Shannon L. Rawski and Katherine U. Sosna},
  journal={Wiley-Blackwell: International Journal of Selection \& Assessment},
Job seekers now have access to a number of internet resources (e.g., social media, chat rooms, and message boards) that provide information about potential employers. These resources provide potential job applicants with extensive amounts of third‐party information about organizations, including information about the extent to which a particular organization's climate can be characterized as being political. Unfortunately, owing to a dearth of research on this topic, it is unclear to what… 
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