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مدیریت پرستاری 2018, 6(3 And 4): 38-47 Back to browse issues page
Indirect impact of openness to experience and job performance of nurses: mediations of proactive personality, occupational embeddedness and subjective occupational success
Somaye Zaeri# , Najme Khaje
#MSc. Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Department of psychology, Faculty of Education and psychology, Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz, Ahvaz, Iran
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Introduction: One of the factors of organizational success is paying attention to job performance of employees, among which nurses constitute the largest part of human resources in health system, and the use of efficient manpower in organizations is a concern for all managers.
Aim: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of openness to experience and job performance with mediating role of occupational embeddedness, proactive personality and
subjective occupational success.
Material & Method: This descriptive  study is a correlation type with the structural equation approach, which was conducted in 2015. Proposed model was examined 256 nursing of Ahwaz city hospital that were selected via stratified random sampling method. Data were collected by occupational embeddedness scale (adams, Webster & buyarski, 2010), subjective occupational success scale (Grebner, Elfering & Semmer, 2008), proactive personality scale (Seibert, Crant & Kraimer, 1999) openness to experience scale (NEO-PIR McCRae & Costa, 1985) and job performance scale (Ten Horn & Roe, 1988). Fitness of the proposed model was examined through structural equation modeling (SEM) and indirect effects in proposed model were tested using the bootstrap procedure.
Results: Finding indicated that the proposed model fit the data (RAMSI: 0.07, CFI: 0.98, GFI:0.98). The result indicates that, occupational embeddedness, subjective occupational success and proactive personality are mediatizing for explain the impact on openness experience with job performance.
Conclusion: Based on the to the results organizations must
improve the conditions for job performance by providing a suitable environment for the more professional and contribute to a better understanding of career success and provide an environment for the growing of personality traits.
Keywords: job performance, openness to experience, occupational embeddedness, proactive personality, subjective occupational success
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2017/09/20 | Accepted: 2018/02/17 | Published: 2018/02/17
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Zaeri# S, Khaje N. Indirect impact of openness to experience and job performance of nurses: mediations of proactive personality, occupational embeddedness and subjective occupational success. مدیریت پرستاری. 2018; 6 (3 and 4) :38-47
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