Volume 17, No 2, 2020
Proximal and Distal Influences on Fresh Management Graduate’s Employability: A Review of Literature and Orientations
Frederick Sidney Correa, Pawan Kumar Chand, Amit Mittal and Ruchi Mittal
The paper explores the factors that affect proximal and distal employability behavior within the employer satisfaction perspective a vis recruitment of the fresh management graduates. The study undertakes a comprehensive review of the literature and categories the literature as divided across three broad streams: individual preparedness, institutional support mechanisms and organization support to career enhancement. The ‘determinants’ of employer satisfaction in recruiting the fresh management post graduates and their effective operationalization is indeed challenging. The paper attempts to explore and bring together the divergent pieces of literature under the proximal and distal perspectives as shaping ‘employability’ prospects.
Keywords: Literature and Orientations, Distal Influences, Employability Prospects.