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date: 19 November 2019

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This chapter argues that there are many insights to be gained by integrating the relatively independent literatures on staffing, organizational culture, and climate. The chapter first describes how staffing has largely evolved without consideration of context, and the consequences of this neglect. It then suggests that organizational culture and climate represent proximal contextual influences on staffing, and connect to staffing through person-environment fit. It concludes by presenting a model that integrates staffing, culture, and climate, to show that (a) staffing is shaped by culture and climate, and (b) culture and climate are shaped by staffing.

Keywords: context, organizational climate, organizational culture, recruitment, selection, staffing

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