The Lingering Effects of the Recruitment Experience on the Long-Term Employment Relationship

Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, Vol. 1, No. 3, pp. 246-262, 2008

17 Pages Posted: 7 Jun 2012 Last revised: 20 Nov 2012

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Merideth J. Ferguson

Baylor University

Neta Moye

Vanderbilt University - Owen Graduate School of Management

Ray Friedman

Vanderbilt University - Organizational Behavior

Date Written: 2008

Abstract

Two studies (one cross-sectional and one longitudinal) examine the effects that job negotiation interactional justice perceptions created in the recruitment process have on an employee’s turnover intentions. The findings indicate a long-term impact of the interactional justice perceptions experienced in the recruitment negotiation on employees’ intent to leave their organization. Specifically, job negotiation interactional justice perceptions have a lingering effect on an individual’s turnover intentions beyond the effects of distributive justice and supportive human resource practices.

Suggested Citation

Ferguson, Merideth J. and Moye, Neta and Friedman, Raymond A., The Lingering Effects of the Recruitment Experience on the Long-Term Employment Relationship (2008). Negotiation and Conflict Management Research, Vol. 1, No. 3, pp. 246-262, 2008, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2079755

Merideth J. Ferguson (Contact Author)

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Neta Moye

Vanderbilt University - Owen Graduate School of Management ( email )

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Raymond A. Friedman

Vanderbilt University - Organizational Behavior ( email )

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