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Person-Organisation Fit and Employee Proactivity: Do Shared Values Matter?
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For many years, researchers have theorised that congruence between individuals and their work environment should contribute to various positive outcomes for individuals and organisations. In this study, we examined the effects of value congruence on employee proactivity.
Polynomial regression analyses on data collected from a sample of public sector employees (N = 3574) provided some support for the hypothesis that fit between an individual’s work values and the organisation’s values predict proactive acts designed to achieve greater individual job, team or organisational effectiveness.
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