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||A study of person-organization fit in the government enterprises faced with organization transformation: The case of Taiwan salt Industrial corporation|
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Organizational Citizenship Behavior.
||The research on person-organization fit has attracted the attention of both scholars and managers in recent years. During organizational transformation, it is very important to have employees who can identify with the administration of the company and struggle for the company's future. This will enable the company to keep competitiveness and flexibility to confront environmental challenges.|
In this paper, Taiwan Salt Industrial Corporation (TSIC) is chosen as the subject for case study and several methods were used; including stratified sampling method and interviews with top manager. The value construct technique modified by Cable & Judge combined with template-matching technique by Bem & Allen were adopted to study person-organization fit in the company. Then, by statistical methods, the influences of person-organization fit on organization commitment and organization citizenship behavior were predicted.
The major empirical findings of this study are as follows:
1. There are differences between the ideal culture values that employees wish for and those they really perceive.
2. Person-organization fit is related to employee's demography.
3. It is significantly positive trend to predict intent to remain, organization commitment and its factor, organization recognition, of employees by their person-organization fit
4. Organization citizenship behavior of employees is less significant related to their person-organization fit.
5. The age and tenure of employees has a significantly positive relationship with organization commitment and its factor, organization recognition; however, education level of employees has a negative one with organization recognition.
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