Role of employee extraversion personality on job performance: A case study of financial companies in China

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Feiqian Zhang

Abstract

 This paper describes employees’ personality traits which is one of the challenges that company may confront with when managing human resource as it impact on employees’ job satisfaction and their job performance. There are two main objectives of this study. One is investigating influence of job satisfaction on employee job performance, another one is study the impact of employee personality such as extraversion on job performance. This research applied the theoretical framework based on expectancy and discrepancy of job satisfaction might influence job performance. The research was distributed online to 300 employees of three small and medium-size financial companies in China, 249 employees responded in order to identify the divergences of reaction between the elements. The result shows that Job Performance will be affected on different Gender, Age, Education, Job Position, income, Extraversion and Job Satisfaction. What’s more, there is a deeply relationship between Job Satisfaction & Job Performance, Extraversion Personality & Job Satisfaction and Extraversion Personality & Job Performance.

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Zhang, F. (2018). Role of employee extraversion personality on job performance: A case study of financial companies in China. Interdisciplinary Research Review, 12(6), 43–47. Retrieved from https://ph02.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jtir/article/view/124110
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