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Does Designation Moderates the Relationship between Employee Recruitment and Psychological Outcomes?

Dr. Ella Mittal, Harpreet Singh.

Abstract
Purpose: The study investigates moderating effect of job position of employee working in IT organisation in relationship between recruitment method i.e. usual recruitment or employee poaching and job satisfaction and commitment.
Methodology: The data has been collected from 400 IT professionals, which have been selected from the 10 largest (basis of number of employees) IT companies using standardised questionnaire.
Findings: The results revealed that the method of recruitment has significant impact on employee’s normative commitment, whereas, it is insignificant in case of affective commitment, continuance commitment and job satisfaction. Moreover, job position acts as moderator between the relation of recruitment practice and job satisfaction, however, it is not moderating between recruitment method as independent variable and types of commitments as dependent variable.
Practical Implications: The results of research can help the HR executives and policy makers to understand the importance of recruitment strategy and approach in the organisation especially the effect of employee poaching.

Key words: Employee Poaching, Job Satisfaction, Affective Commitment, Continuance Commitment, Normative Commitment


 
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Dr. Ella Mittal, Harpreet Singh. Does Designation Moderates the Relationship between Employee Recruitment and Psychological Outcomes?. JCR. 2021; 8(2): 503-510. doi:10.31838/jcr.08.02.53


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Dr. Ella Mittal, Harpreet Singh. Does Designation Moderates the Relationship between Employee Recruitment and Psychological Outcomes?. JCR. 2021; 8(2): 503-510. doi:10.31838/jcr.08.02.53



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Dr. Ella Mittal, Harpreet Singh. Does Designation Moderates the Relationship between Employee Recruitment and Psychological Outcomes?. JCR. (2021), [cited April 17, 2021]; 8(2): 503-510. doi:10.31838/jcr.08.02.53



Harvard Style

Dr. Ella Mittal, Harpreet Singh (2021) Does Designation Moderates the Relationship between Employee Recruitment and Psychological Outcomes?. JCR, 8 (2), 503-510. doi:10.31838/jcr.08.02.53



Turabian Style

Dr. Ella Mittal, Harpreet Singh. 2021. Does Designation Moderates the Relationship between Employee Recruitment and Psychological Outcomes?. Journal of Critical Reviews, 8 (2), 503-510. doi:10.31838/jcr.08.02.53



Chicago Style

Dr. Ella Mittal, Harpreet Singh. "Does Designation Moderates the Relationship between Employee Recruitment and Psychological Outcomes?." Journal of Critical Reviews 8 (2021), 503-510. doi:10.31838/jcr.08.02.53



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Dr. Ella Mittal, Harpreet Singh. "Does Designation Moderates the Relationship between Employee Recruitment and Psychological Outcomes?." Journal of Critical Reviews 8.2 (2021), 503-510. Print. doi:10.31838/jcr.08.02.53



APA (American Psychological Association) Style

Dr. Ella Mittal, Harpreet Singh (2021) Does Designation Moderates the Relationship between Employee Recruitment and Psychological Outcomes?. Journal of Critical Reviews, 8 (2), 503-510. doi:10.31838/jcr.08.02.53