Psychological well-being and job satisfaction as predictors of job performance.

@article{Wright2000PsychologicalWA,
  title={Psychological well-being and job satisfaction as predictors of job performance.},
  author={T. A. Wright and R. Cropanzano},
  journal={Journal of occupational health psychology},
  year={2000},
  volume={5 1},
  pages={
          84-94
        }
}
  • T. A. Wright, R. Cropanzano
  • Published 2000
  • Medicine
  • Journal of occupational health psychology
  • The happy-productive worker hypothesis has most often been examined in organizational research by correlating job satisfaction to performance. Recent research has expanded this to include measures of psychological well-being. However, to date, no field research has provided a comparative test of the relative contribution of job satisfaction and psychological well-being as predictors of employee performance. The authors report 2 field studies that, taken together, provide an opportunity to… CONTINUE READING

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