Person-organization fit has often been examined as a predictor of important workplace outcomes, but research examining the antecedents of PO fit is lacking. To date there is little information on how fit perceptions form, or if individuals react similarly to different types of fit. The present program of research aimed to gain further insight into the role that personality has on perceptions of PO fit by examining the possibility of fit styles. Data was collected online cross-nationally from 300 employees spanning various organizations and industries. Results demonstrated that personality is predictive of some fit styles, and that work outcomes are affected by interactions between fit styles and fit perceptions. Furthermore, personality was predictive of fit perceptions, suggesting that the salience of fit dimensions is partly affected by individual differences such as personality.