Relationship between Big Five Personal Traits and Simultaneous Reciprocal Influences between Job Satisfaction and Job Performance of Nursing Professionals in Sri Racha Sub-district, Chon Buri Province

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มัสยา เกตสอาด อำนาจ ธีระวนิช

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The objectives of this research were to study the relationships between Big Five Personal Traits Job Satisfaction and Job Performance and to finds selected by Nursing Professionals in Sri Racha Chon Buri and study the relationnship between Relationship support Job Satisfaction and Job Performance.  The sample group was found by Convenient Sampling with type Non-Probability Sampling into 322 Medical Personals exactly and there are 100% in both hospitals.  Data were collected by questionnaire then analyzed by Structural Equation Modeling (SEM).  The research tools were Big Five Personal Traits questionnaires of Costa and McCrae (1992) including agreeableness, conscientiousness, extraversion, neuroticism and openness in experience, Job Satisfaction questionnaires of Broman and Motowidlo's (1993) including intrinsic and extrinsic and Job Performance questionnaires of Porter and Lawler (1968 ) including task and contectual  with five-point Likert scale.  The result indicated that the model fitted the empirical data.  Big Five Personal Traits about conscientiousness and neuroticism were positively related to Job Satisfaction.  Extraversion, Openness to experience and neuroticism were positively related to Job Performance.  Job Performance was simultaneous reciprocal influences with Job Satisfaction of Nursing Professionals at the significant level of 0.001.  However, the roganization should support personnality developmnet which will getting the high level of satisfaction and performance.

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เกตสอาดม., & ธีระวนิชอ. (2019). Relationship between Big Five Personal Traits and Simultaneous Reciprocal Influences between Job Satisfaction and Job Performance of Nursing Professionals in Sri Racha Sub-district, Chon Buri Province. Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences, Rajapruk University, 4(3), 115-125. Retrieved from https://www.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/rpu/article/view/168286
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