Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Jane A. Halpert, PhD
Douglas F. Cellar, PhD
Realistic job previews (RJPs) are a common method of providing information about a job to an employee pre-hire. However, there is little understanding around how the way this information is presented might affect some of the well-research outcomes of RJPs, including decision to accept a job offer and organizational commitment. This study explores two potential issues of information presentation, clarity of the information and the locus of control that it activates, to determine whether they have an effect on job attitude outcomes of RJPs.
Fernandes, Gregory F., "EFFECTS IF CLARITY AND LOCUS OF CONTROL ON OUTCOMES OF RJPS" (2016). College of Science and Health Theses and Dissertations. 139.