The interactive effect of conscientiousness and agreeableness on job performance dimensions in South Korea
International Journal of Selection and Assessment
While much is known about the effects of personality traits on performance, there is still limited empirical evidence that examines how personality traits may interact with each other to impact dimensions of performance. This study examined how conscientiousness and agreeableness interact to predict both task performance and organizational citizenship behavior using a sample of 113 bank employees in South Korea. The interaction between the two personality traits was significantly related to both dimensions of performance. © 2013 John Wiley & Sons Ltd.
Department of Management
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Guay, Russell P.; Oh, In Sue; Choi, Daejeong; Mitchell, Marie S.; Mount, Michael K.; and Shin, Kanghyun, "The interactive effect of conscientiousness and agreeableness on job performance dimensions in South Korea" (2013). Faculty Publications. 1679.