|Title:||Estimating the effect of a fit-focused employee selection program||Authors:||SHUEN-ZEN LIU
Liu, Nai Yng
Chu, Hsuan Lien
|Keywords:||Employee selection | Fit-focused | Goal congruence | Management control system||Issue Date:||1-Jun-2019||Journal Volume:||31||Journal Issue:||2||Source:||Journal of Management Accounting Research||Abstract:||
© 2019, American Accounting Association. All rights reserved. Using empirical data from a Taiwanese realty company, this paper examines the effects of a fit-focused employee selection program in serving as a management control tool. Empirical results indicate that program-selected probationers show a higher level of goal congruence with the firm and better job performance than non-program-selected individuals. The results provide evidence that systematic selection may serve as a useful mechanism for finding better-fitting employees.
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