Power of person-job fit: emotional labour for salespeople and its relation to job satisfaction

  title={Power of person-job fit: emotional labour for salespeople and its relation to job satisfaction},
  author={Çiğdem Vatansever and Sibel Karamaraş},
  journal={International Journal of Work Organisation and Emotion},
This study focused on the effect of person-job fit on the relationship between emotional labour and job satisfaction among salespeople in Turkey. Using survey data obtained from 204 salespeople working in different sectors, we analysed job satisfaction, person-job fit and three components of emotional labour, which are deep acting, surface acting and naturally felt emotions. We found that job satisfaction has a significant relationship positively with naturally felt emotions and negatively with… Expand
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