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Research Paper | Human Resource Management | Sri Lanka | Volume 9 Issue 4, April 2020
Does Job Seekers Perception towards Corporate Social Responsibility Impact on Job Seekers Intention to Apply for the Jobs?
Abstract: Job seekers perception towards corporate social responsibility is both a prominent notion that the business world views as strategic and a well-known concept in academia that has been assessed in relation to different constructs. Several scholars have suggested the relationship between Job seekers perception towards corporate social responsibility and its capability to attract numerous superior job applicants at the organizational level, yet, there is no corresponding evidence at the individual level of analysis. This study was quantitative in nature; therefore, the data for this study was collected through the use of previously structured questionnaires that had obtained good Cronbachs alpha values thus confirming their reliability. The results indicated that job seekers are more likely to pursue jobs from socially responsible organizations. Based on the findings of the study, it concludes that there are high levels of job seekers perception towards corporate social responsibility and job seekers intention to apply in private potential organizations.
Keywords: Job Seekers, Corporate Social Responsibility
Edition: Volume 9 Issue 4, April 2020,
Pages: 139 - 144
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