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Organizational Strategy and Employee Outcomes: A Person-Organization Fit Perspective
Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied (2010)
  • Nancy Da Silva, San Jose State University
  • K. Hutchinson
  • G. D Wahl
Abstract

This study adopted a person–organization fit framework to examine (a) whether employees’ perceptions of organizational strategy for adaptation predicted their commitment to their organization and their intentions to stay and (b) whether these 2 relationships were moderated by perceived job alternatives. Support was found for both hypotheses. Specifically, when there are numerous perceived job alternatives, employees who perceive a misfit between their company's strategy and their preferred strategy were less committed to their organization and less likely to stay than their fit counterparts.

Publication Date
2010
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Citation Information
Nancy Da Silva, K. Hutchinson and G. D Wahl. "Organizational Strategy and Employee Outcomes: A Person-Organization Fit Perspective" Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied Vol. 144 Iss. 2 (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/nancy_dasilva/4/