Fifth Global e-Conference on Fit

Experiencing Organisational Fit and Misfit

8th December 2016




To access the papers/videos, please link the relevant reference number when blue.

Once you have read the submission or viewed the video, please feel free to contribute to the relevant discussion in the forum.


Keynote Presentations


Qualitative Research in PE Fit and Misfit

Aichia Chuang, National Taiwan University, Taiwan


Shifting the Lens: The Value of Considering Others' Perceptions of an Employee's (Mis)Fit

Ryan Vogel, Temple University, USA



Scholarly Track


A Perfect Match is Hard to Find: Dealing with Misfit at Work from a Conservation of Resource Perspective

Denise Doblhofer, LMU Munich, Germany

Katharina Haas, LMU Munich, Germany

Julia Specht, LMU Munich, Germany

Dieter Frey, LMU Munich, Germany


Exploring the Fit Perspective: Toward a Better Understanding of Perceived Organizational Fit

Ben Bulmash, University of Massachusetts, USA

Ron Karren, University of Massachusetts, USA

David Lepak, University of Massachusetts, USA

Elizabeth Follmer, University of Massachusetts, USA

FIT03 (as a video) FIT03 (as slides)

Please note that this is a video presentation and clicking 'FIT03' above will open a link to a YouTube video. You can copy and paste the URL ( into your own browser if you prefer.

Matching Job Offers to Job Seekers’ Desires for Flexible Working: A Neural Network Algorithm to Predict Fit and Intentions to Apply

Jean-François Stich, ICN Business School, France



Doctoral Zone

Please note that these papers are presentations by doctoral students who are hoping for developmental advice on their submissions.



HR Practices for New Teachers and Teachers' Person-Organisation Fit

Eva Vekeman, Ghent University, Belgium

Geert Devos, Ghent University, Belgium



Work and Nonwork Boundary Integration through a Person-Environment Fit Lens: The Introduction of Work-Nonwork Boundary Fit

Yanne Bogaerts, KU Leuven, Belgium

Rein De Cooman, KU Leuven, Belgium

Sara De Gieter, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium



Developing Perceptions of Person-Environment Fit: Exploring the Role of Affective, Cognitive and Behavioural Triggers Using a Weekly Diary Study

Wouter Vleugels, KU Leuven, Belgium

Rein De Cooman, KU Leuven, Belgium

Marijke Verbruggen, KU Leuven, Belgium

Omar Solinger, VU Amsterdam, The Netherlands