Date of Graduation
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration
Leflar, Charles Joseph Finger
This study investigated the Big Five personality traits, religiosity and interpersonal orientation to see how they affect ideological contract formation. This research also included studentsâ€™ expectations and preferences for future employers/organizations as they relate to ideological contracts. Personality factors, religiosity and interpersonal orientation did not display convincing evidence that they affect ideological contract formation. However, this study did find that junior and senior students are already anticipating forming ideological contracts with their future employers/organizations. The students already have strong convictions about what causes they believe in and will form their ideological contracts based on these causes. This is valuable knowledge for managers and human resources as these students are the employees of tomorrow.
Goll, K. (2012). The Impact of Personality, Religiosity and Interpersonal Orientation on Ideological Contracts. Management Undergraduate Honors Theses Retrieved from https://scholarworks.uark.edu/mgmtuht/6