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Title: Personnel Selection and Person-Organization, Job-Fit, Implication for Employees’ Performance in Nigeria

Author(s): Icheme, Monday Ojochide, Ezenwakwelu, Charity A., Owuze Cletus A.

Affiliation:  Post Student, Department of Management, University of Nigeria

Department of management, University of Nigeria

Department of Business Administration, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma

 DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.18535/ijsrm/v5i11.03


 

Abstract

Person- organization-job-fit can be seen as the degree of congruence between a person and the organization, on the one hand, and between a person and his job, on the other. This in turn determines employee performance. Studies of personnel selection process generally agree that how personnel are selected into organization has a high degree of affinity with person-organization-job fit. The present study has extensively tried to establish the compatibility between a person and the organization basing on the extent to which a person and the organization share similar characteristics and/or meet such other needs. The study has also tried to establish a relationship between the process of selecting an employee and the organization-person fit. After extensive review of literature, the paper concludes that the selection/recruitment process to a large extent determines organization-person fit, on the one hand, and person-job fit, on the other.

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