The dimensionality of self-rated employee performance : an integrated view
Blaich, S., Rodwell, J. and Noblet, A. 2008, The dimensionality of self-rated employee performance : an integrated view, in PERA 2008 : Proceedings of The 8th Annual Pacific Employment Relations Association Conference, Ballarat University, Ballarat, Vic., pp. 10-19.
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PERA 2008 : Proceedings of The 8th Annual Pacific Employment Relations Association Conference
Pacific Employment Relations Association Conference
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This study addresses the debate in the literature regarding the dimensionality of the job performance construct. The sample comprised 647 public servants from a state-based law enforcement organisation. Exploratory and confirmatory factor analyses delineate a four:factor structure, consisting of in-role behaviour, organisational citizenship behaviour directed towards (1) individuals or (2) the organisation, and a distinct latent variable deemed counter-productive work behaviour (CWB). The pattern of correlations among the four performance dimensions and between the performance dimensions and attitudes support the construct and discriminant validity of the four performance dimensions. Further, the .findings propose that CWB is a core, not discretionary, dimension of performance.
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150305 Human Resources Management
Socio Economic Objective
970115 Expanding Knowledge in Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services
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