Conscientiousness as a predictor of productive and counterproductive behaviors
This article extends the integrity testing literature by examining relationships between conscientiousness subscales and productive and counterproductive workplace behaviors. Correlational analyses (n = 359 employees) indicated conscientiousness predicted overall performance, supervisors' willingness to rehire and employee attendance, but not integrity/safety ratings. Conscientiousness subscales differentially predicted criteria and were more parsimonious.
JOURNAL OF BUSINESS AND PSYCHOLOGY
(2000). Conscientiousness as a predictor of productive and counterproductive behaviors. JOURNAL OF BUSINESS AND PSYCHOLOGY, 15(2), 339-349.
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