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2016 | 25 | 5-13
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Comparing person organization fit and person job fit

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Although there have been many studies conducted to analyze the effects of person- -organization fit (POF) and person-job fit (PJF) on individual outcomes, little is known about which of these fit associates stronger with individual variables (i.e., intention to quit job, IQJ, and perceived individual performance, PIP). Therefore the purpose of the study is to compare the relationships of PJF and POF with IQJ and PIP. The sample of the study consists of security guards working at a private company’s civil aviation safety department. Totally 98 security guards participated to the research. Results indicated that, the relationships of PJF and POF with IQJ and PIP were not significantly different. Consequently the results indicate that POF and PJF associate similarly with critical individual outcomes.
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25
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5-13
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  • Management Department. Sakarya University, Turkey
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  • Management Department. Sakarya University, Turkey
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  • Sakarya University, Turkey
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  • Management Department. Sakarya University, Turkey
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  • Sakarya University, Turkey
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1732-1948
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bwmeta1.element.cejsh-295ab70a-f0a2-4158-856c-2ba3c87629c7
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