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Realistic Job Preview Literature Review

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Achieved a Distinction Grade. "Generally, Realistic Job Previews (RJPs) are utilised to communicate an accurate summation of various job requirements to potential candidates and new employees (Premack & Wanous, 1985; Rynes, 1989). This review aims to critically evaluate the impact of RJPs on job acceptance, turnover rates and employee satisfaction by examining theoretical perspectives, methodologies and sampling effectiveness of multiple studies."

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Industrial and organizational psychology Employment Behavioural sciences Behavior Human resource management Organizational behavior Employee relations Recruitment Realistic job preview Turnover RJP Job satisfaction Job Acceptance Job Previews Job Preview
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Industrial and organizational psychology Employment Behavioural sciences Behavior Human resource management Organizational behavior Employee relations Recruitment Realistic job preview Turnover RJP Job satisfaction Job Acceptance Job Previews Job Preview
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Therefore, conveying accurate job components to applicants during recruitment processes is vital for the selection of a labour force which is capable of collaboratively achieving organisational goals in a constructive and prosocial manner (Robinson & Morrison, 1997). Generally, Realistic Job Previews (RJPs) are utilised to communicate an accurate summation of various job requirements to potential candidates and new employees (Premack & Wanous, 1985; Rynes, 1989). This review aims to critically evaluate the impact of RJPs on job acceptance, turnover rates and employee satisfaction by examining theoretical perspectives, methodologies and sampling effectiveness of multiple studies. The Effects of Realistic Job Preview on Job Acceptance Many organisations are consistently involved with a ‘matching process’ between the talents...
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