IMPACT OF PERSONALITY TRAITS AND CONTEXT ON EMPLOYEES’ JOB OUTCOMES

Usman Aslam, M. Irfanullah Arfeen, Wahbeeah Mohti, M. Kashif Imran


DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22555/pbr.v17i3.1292

Abstract


The research focuses to investigate the various unique aspects that may have impact on job outcomes during change implementation in a public sector organization. The study has two prime objectives.  First objective is to study the association between employees’ withdrawal behavior and personality traits. Second objective is to find factors of organizational context that may have impact on employees’ job outcomes. Data have obtained from 345 employees of State Life Insurance Corporation (SLIC). These selected employees are working in top business zones. Data collected by using simple random sampling technique and self-administered questionnaire. The result revealed a positive association between employees’ withdrawal behavior and personality traits. Another significant connection has also found in between employees job outcomes and organizational contextual factors. The paper contributes in existing literature of organizational change implementation, personality traits, employees’ job outcomes, and organizational contextual factors in the perspective of a developing country.

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