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SRP. 2020; 11(3): 185-194

Role of Personality Traits on Employees Job Performance in Pharmaceutical Industry in Thailand

Piched Gridwichai, Anuchit Kulwanich, Bunjob Piromkam, Parinya Kwanmuangvanich.

Personality traits have received a lot of attention from past research due to the different job related and organization which are known as an individual reaction. It is important to address and personality traits because the factors negatively influence employees mentally and affect their physical health. Every successful organization would rely on how efficient and effective way employee manages to handle and complete their tasks with flying colours to perform better. This study endeavoured to examine the influence of personality traits (Extraversion, Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, Neuroticism, Openness) on job performance in the pharmaceutical industry of Thailand. The target population of this study was low-level to the mid-level employee in the pharmaceutical industry. The Sample size of the research is 340 and all the response collected for Bangkok, Thailand. This research used Smart-PLS version 3 and SPSS 24 software for data analysis. The major contribution of this research is the empirical support for the mutual influences of job performance. The limited study conducted on the personality traits and employee engagement in Thai Pharmaceutical companies. The study also found that employees with the high extraversion traits constantly look for a better opportunity for their career as well as to get the recognition. If they can grow themselves in their current company, they will be devoted and committed to their company.

Key words: Personality Traits, Job Performance, Pharmaceutical Industry, Thailand

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