Factors influencing applicant at-traction to job openings



Factors influencing applicant attraction to job openings
Acarlar, Gizem; Bilgiç, Reyhan; Department of Industrial and Organizational Psychology (2007)
The main purpose of the present study was to explore the effects of characteristics of information given in a job advertisement (amount of information and the specificity of the information) on the potential applicants’ willingness to apply to the job opening with the mediating roles of credibility of and satisfaction from the information, and attraction to the organization. In addition to that, the factors affecting the decision of the applicants to apply for the job posted such as application modes (inter...
Factors affecting faculty intention to use course management systems in a private university
Kültür, Can; Yıldırım, İbrahim Soner; Department of Computer Education and Instructional Technology (2009)
This study aimed to investigate the factors affecting faculty intention to use course management systems (CMS). The study was conducted in a private university with a mixed-method approach. First, 260 responses to a questionnaire was analysed by using structural equation modeling technique in order to examine the provided model. Second, interviews with selected 14 faculty members were conducted to understand the interrelationships. The findings indicated that, faculty intention to use CMS is mostly related ...
Factors influencing college teaching self-efficacy of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics graduate teaching assistants
Ceylandağ, Rana; Çapa Aydın, Yeşim; Department of Educational Sciences (2015)
This study aimed to test a statistical model among GTA teaching self-efficacy, instructor’s teaching support, departmental teaching support, teaching experience of GTAs, number of courses they assisted, mastery experiences, and value they attribute to college teaching through structural equation modeling. Data were collected from 302 GTAs (159 female, 142 male) studying science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) disciplines with a response rate of 30.82%. In order to collect data, GTA Survey I...
Factors Affecting Students Attitudes toward Physics
Özyürek, Aynur; Eryılmaz, Ali (2001-01-01)
This paper attempted to investigate the combined and individual effects of certain independant variables (teachers' characteristics, gender, experience in teaching, age, students' gender, grade level and schools' conditions) on students' attitudes toward physics. The study was conducted with 317 tenth and eleventh grade science students from 5 high schools in Ankara. In this study, a physics attitudes scale and a physics teachers' characteristics scale were used. These tests consisted of 56 Likert-type ques...
Factors Affecting Preservice Mathematics Teachers' Decisions on Probability Teaching
Özaytabak, Emel; Bulut, Safure; Department of Secondary Science and Mathematics Education (2004)
The purpose of this study was to examine the factors affecting preservice mathematics teachers̕ decisions on probability teaching. The sample of the study was 248 preservice mathematics teachers from Gazi University, Hacettepe University, and Middle East Technical University. According to the gender the number of females and males were 170 and 78 respectively. To obtain necessary data for the study, the following measuring instruments were used: (1) Probability Achievement Test (PAT); (2) Probability Miscon...
Citation Formats
R. Bilgiç, “Factors influencing applicant at-traction to job openings,” INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGY, pp. 129–129, 2008, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/54093.