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Non-Cognitive Predictors of Subjective Job Performance in a Sample of Managers, Client Support and Administrative Support Specialists
Human, Technologies and Quality of Education, 2021
The present study was designed to distinguish non-cognitive predictors of job performance for various job groups in order to develop a method for identification of the suitability of an employee for positions and career development in organizational settings. This study included personality traits, vocational interests, grit, growth mindset, resistance to change, goal orientation and self-efficacy as potential predictors of job performance from several individual characteristics related todoi:10.22364/htqe.2021.07 fatcat:pwz4xvlvsvgizljthbglkdnzvu