A quantitative correlational research study was conducted to determine if a significant relationship existed between individual Coast Guard recruiter alignment with Coast Guard policies and procedures and recruiter job performance, recruiter job satisfaction, and recruiter career intentions. The study examined the relationship between employee-organization alignment (EOA) and job performance, job satisfaction, and career intentions using an on-line survey instrument based upon the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award (MBNQA) criteria.
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About the Author
Warren D. Benson, DM, MAEd, SPHR has comprehensive human capital management and organizational development experience with organizations ranging in size from 10 employees to over 300,000 members. He has extensive knowledge and experience in recruiting and onboarding, entry level and advanced professional training and assessment, career progression and development, knowledge management, and employee turnover and succession planning. Dr. Benson is nationally recognized as an outstanding and dynamic facilitator, trainer, and communicator. A high energy leader and collaborative team member, he is passionate about helping individuals and groups become more effective and more efficient. Dr. Benson is a retired Coast Guard Veteran who currently resides in Northern Virginia.