The Impact of Big Five Personality Traits and Positive Psychological Strengths towards Job Satisfaction: a Review

  • Chandrasekar Therasa School of Management, SASTRA University, Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu, INDIA
  • Chidambaram Vijayabanu School of Management,SASTRA University, Thanajavur,Tamil Nadu,INDIA

Abstract

Human resource can be a dynamic asset or a debilitating liability depending upon how well it is harnessed. Many progressive organizations around the world have begun to internalize this reality and keeping the human resource satisfied is considered one of the key factors for the success of any organization. Dispositional base of job satisfaction has gained renewed interest since job satisfaction is a mixture of beliefs and feelings. With an eye toward research and practice, the current study consolidates various literatures and examines the relationship between Big Five Personality, Positive psychological strengths towards job satisfaction. The study also takes into consideration the demographic impact towards job satisfaction. It provides acumen and a different magnitude for predicting job satisfaction apart from conventional variables like work itself, pay, promotion, supervision, co-workers.
Keywords: Big Five Personality, Positive Psychological strengths, Dispositional base of Job Satisfaction
Published online
2015-05-11
How to Cite
Therasa, C. and Vijayabanu, C. (2015) “The Impact of Big Five Personality Traits and Positive Psychological Strengths towards Job Satisfaction: a Review”, Periodica Polytechnica Social and Management Sciences, 23(2), pp. 142-150. doi: https://doi.org/10.3311/PPso.7620.
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