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The job satisfaction-job performance relationship: a qualitative and quantitative review.
A qualitative and quantitative review of the relationship between job satisfaction and job performance is provided and an agenda for future research on the satisfaction-performance relationship is provided.
THE CORE SELF‐EVALUATIONS SCALE: DEVELOPMENT OF A MEASURE
Despite an emerging body of research on a personality trait termed core self-evaluations, the trait continues to be measured indirectly. The present study reported the results of a series of studies…
THE BIG FIVE PERSONALITY TRAITS, GENERAL MENTAL ABILITY, AND CAREER SUCCESS ACROSS THE LIFE SPAN
The present study investigated the relationship of traits from the 5factor model of personality (often termed the "Big Five") and general mental ability with career success. Career success was argued…
Managerial coping with organizational change: A dispositional perspective.
In a departure from the organizational development literature, this study hypothesized that managerial responses to organizational change are influenced by 7 dispositional traits (locus of control,…
Are measures of self-esteem, neuroticism, locus of control, and generalized self-efficacy indicators of a common core construct?
- T. Judge, A. Erez, J. Bono, C. J. Thoresen
- Psychology, MedicineJournal of personality and social psychology
- 1 September 2002
The authors suggest that measures purporting to assess self-esteem, locus of control, neuroticism, and generalized self-efficacy may be markers of the same higher order concept.
The affective underpinnings of job perceptions and attitudes: a meta-analytic review and integration.
- C. J. Thoresen, Seth A. Kaplan, Adam P. Barsky, Christopher R. Warren, Kelly de Chermont
- Psychology, MedicinePsychological bulletin
- 1 November 2003
Using psychometric meta-analysis, a quantitative and qualitative review of the literature relating trait and state positive affect and negative affect to job-related attitudes, including job satisfaction, organizational commitment, turnover intentions, and dimensions of job burnout indicates substantial correlations.
The big five personality traits and individual job performance growth trajectories in maintenance and transitional job stages.
- C. J. Thoresen, Jill C. Bradley, P. Bliese, Joseph D. Thoresen
- Psychology, MedicineThe Journal of applied psychology
- 1 October 2004
This study extends the literature on personality and job performance through the use of random coefficient modeling to test the validity of the Big Five personality traits in predicting overall sales…
Five-factor model of personality and employee absence
The present study investigates the degree to which dimensions of the 5-factor model of personality (often termed the Big Five) are related to absence. On the basis of previous descriptions of the Big…
Modeling negative affectivity and job stress: a contingency-based approach
Understanding the role of negative affectivity (NA) in relations between job stressors and resultant strains has been a major source of research interest in the organizational literature for almost…