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Exploring multidimensional person-environment fit

Billsberry, Jon and Edwards, Julian A. 2009, Exploring multidimensional person-environment fit, in BAM 2009 : The End of the Pier? Competing perspectives on the challenges facing business and management : British Academy of Management annual conference 2009, British Academy of Management, [Brighton, England], pp. 1-21.

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Title Exploring multidimensional person-environment fit
Author(s) Billsberry, JonORCID iD for Billsberry, Jon
Edwards, Julian A.
Conference name British Academy of Management annual conference (2009 : Brighton, England)
Conference location Brighton, England
Conference dates 15-17 Sept. 2009
Title of proceedings BAM 2009 : The End of the Pier? Competing perspectives on the challenges facing business and management : British Academy of Management annual conference 2009
Editor(s) [Unknown]
Publication date 2009
Conference series British Academy of Management Conference
Start page 1
End page 21
Total pages 21
Publisher British Academy of Management
Place of publication [Brighton, England]
Summary The current study examines the validity of a multidimensional Person-Environment (PE) fit model proposed by Jansen and Kristof-Brown (2006). The overall aim of the paper is to test the model’s factor structure and influences upon outcome measures. A panel of organisational employees from a wide range of companies and locations were asked to complete a survey (n = 1875) measuring five discrete multidimensional facets of PE fit (Person-Organisation, Person-People, Person-Job, Person-Group and Person-Vocation) and three outcomes; organisational commitment, intention to leave and job satisfaction. The first sequence of analysis tested the proposed model using Confirmatory Factor Analysis (CFA) statistical approaches. Model comparisons showed that Jansen and Kristof-Brown’s original model in which the five facets of fit coalesce into a multidimensional variable was a poor fit with the data, but that a model in which the five facets of fit operate independently was a good fitting one. The second sequence of analysis found that the model without the multidimensional variable strongly predicted the outcomes of commitment, job satisfaction and intention to leave. This paper discusses the implication of this research in relation to the PE fit literature.
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Language eng
Field of Research 159999 Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective 970115 Expanding Knowledge in Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services
HERDC Research category E1.1 Full written paper - refereed
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Collection: Deakin Graduate School of Business
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