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Personal Values and Person- Job Fit in Higher Education


Received: 20 October 2021
Revised: 21 November 2021
Accepted: 19 December 2021

Susan Bahrami

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The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between personal values on person- job fit in employees (academic members and staffs) in Qom University, Iran. The present study was multivariate correlation. personal values (PV) and three subscales scores were at an average level but person- job fit (P-J fit) scores was lower than mid-level. The results showed that there were significant multiple correlations between PV subscales, including internal values, external values and interpersonal values and the P -J fit subscales, including demands-abilities fit and needs-supplies fit in the studied participants and a regression model was significant. Educational organizations in general and universities in particular should provide the context for PV and P-J fit.

Keywords: Personal Values, Person- Job Fit, Higher Education.

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Journal of Practical Business Law


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