RELATIONSHIP OF PERSONALITY TRAITS AND COUNTERPRODUCTIVE WORK BEHAVIORS: THE MEDIATING EFFECTS OF JOB SATISFACTION

@article{Mount2006RELATIONSHIPOP,
  title={RELATIONSHIP OF PERSONALITY TRAITS AND COUNTERPRODUCTIVE WORK BEHAVIORS: THE MEDIATING EFFECTS OF JOB SATISFACTION},
  author={M. Mount and R. Ilies and E. Johnson},
  journal={Personnel Psychology},
  year={2006},
  volume={59},
  pages={591-622}
}
  • M. Mount, R. Ilies, E. Johnson
  • Published 2006
  • Psychology
  • Personnel Psychology
  • This study used path analysis to test a model that posits that relevant personality traits will have both direct relationships with counterproductive work behaviors (CPBs) and indirect relationships to CPBs through the mediating effects of job satisfaction. Based on a sample (n = 141) of customer service employees, results generally supported the hypothesized model for both boss- and self-rated CPBs. Agreeableness had a direct relationship with interpersonal counterproductive work behaviors… CONTINUE READING

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