The relationship between personality dimensions and general self-efficacy with job satisfaction

Job satisfaction among employees is an indicator of organizational effectiveness, and is influenced by organizational and dispositional factors. This study has been conducted in order to study the relationship between personality dimensions and general self-efficacy with job satisfaction. The study was correlational descriptive. Using Simple random sampling method, 126 employees of Razi University were selected and were asked to complete The NEO (Costa & McCrae, 1985), General Self-efficacy (GSE) (Sherer& et al, 1982) and Job Satisfaction (Researcher-Made Questionnaire, 2014) scales. data was analyzed by Pearson correlation and multivariate regression. The results of research revealed negative significant correlation between neuroticism with job satisfaction. The results also showed positive significant correlation between general self-efficacy with job satisfaction. According to the results, general self-efficacy is the most effective factor in increasing job satisfaction, so this important fact should be considered very carefully in selecting staff for the organizations.
personality and individual differences, Volume:4 Issue: 8, 2015
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