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Telecommuting Attitudes and the 'Big Five' Personality Dimensions

  title={Telecommuting Attitudes and the 'Big Five' Personality Dimensions},
  author={Leigh Anne Clark and Steven J. Karau and Michael D. Michalisin},
  journal={Journal of Management Policy and Practice},
Telecommuting and virtual work are modifying the traditional work arrangement. This exploratory research examined the relationships between personality and telecommuting attitudes. We hypothesized that individuals with personality traits that provide a good fit with the typical demands of a telecommuting environment would have more favorable telecommuting attitudes. In Study 1, we developed an internally-consistent scale for measuring telecommuting attitudes. In Study 2, we explored… 

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