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Workplace alternatives – confront, conform, capitulate

Show simple item record Grobler, Anton 2016-06-15T13:46:05Z 2016-06-15T13:46:05Z 2014
dc.identifier.citation Grobler, A. (2014). "Workplace alternatives – confront, conform, capitulate" [online], African Journal of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure, 3(2): 1-27. Available from <> en
dc.identifier.issn 2223 814X
dc.description.abstract The purpose of the paper is to review, critique and contextualise the theories, models and frameworks on value congruence, person-organisation (P-O) fit and theories on person choices/alternatives in the workplace. The paper is based on social learning theory, the attraction-selection-attrition model, theory of work adjustment, cognitive dissonance theory, and theory of self-determination as well as other social psychological theories. These theories are applied and discussed within the domain of P-O fit, with the focus on supplementary fit, with particular reference to climate (culture)/ethical climate (EC) and antecedents of EC (specifically leadership behaviour). It is also the intention to conceptualise, contextualise and operationalise the constructs in terms of individual reactions to the P-O fit phenomena (conform, confront and/or capitulate), and lastly to identify areas for future research. en
dc.language.iso en en
dc.publisher African Journal of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure en
dc.subject ethical climate en
dc.subject person-organisation fit en
dc.subject ethical leadership en
dc.subject leadership en
dc.subject voluntary turnover en
dc.subject job search behaviour en
dc.title Workplace alternatives – confront, conform, capitulate en
dc.type Article en

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