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Perceived person-organization fit and turnover intention in medical centers: The mediating roles of person-group fit and person-job fit perceptions

Abdalla, A, Elsetouhi, A, Nagm, A-E and Abdou, Hussein (2018) Perceived person-organization fit and turnover intention in medical centers: The mediating roles of person-group fit and person-job fit perceptions. Personnel Review, 47 (4). pp. 863-881. ISSN 0048-3486

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Abstract

The present study aims to fill gaps in the existing fit and turnover intention (TI) literature by investigating a more comprehensive model, in which TI is proposed to be influenced by the interplays of three multidimensional types of fit including, person-organization (P-O) fit, person-group (P-G) fit, and person-job (P-J) fit. Using a sample of 385 permanent employees working in Mansoura University medical centers (Egypt), results showed that P-O fit, P-G fit, and P-J fit were positively related to each other and negatively related to TI. Furthermore, the negative relationship between P-O fit and TI is partially mediated by P-G fit and P-J fit. The theoretical and practical implications of these findings were discussed.

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