The Relationship between Negatively Perceived Tasks, Fit, and Reenlistment Intentions
Technical Report,11 Sep 2019,19 Dec 2020
ARMY RESEARCH INST FOR THE BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES FORT BELVOIR VA FORT BELVOIR
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Using an Army sample, this research investigated the relationship between negative perceptions of assigned tasks and reenlistment intentions via person-organization fit Army fit and person-job fit MOS fit. Findings indicate that both types of fit are instrumental in explaining this relationship. Implications include highlighting the need for more research exploring the mediators of the relationship between negative perceptions of tasks and workplace outcomes, adding to this literature by exploring these relationships in a military context, and emphasizing the need for more targeted interventions to reduce negative perceptions of tasks.
- Military Forces and Organizations
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations