An Analogy of Big five personality traits: a comparison across All Levels of Management in IT Industries
Author(s):
Dr. Jayashree Sapra, Somak Banerjee, Vidya Diwakar B, Rajath Amman
Keywords:
Big 5, Productivity, Growth, Industry Turnover, retention, Organizational performance, Profit, Margin, Bangalore
Abstract
Purpose – The importance of analyzing the big five personality traits comparison across levels of management in the IT industry is to know the changes in employee behavior when compared with gender and years of experience. Despite this enhanced attention, little is known about its impact workforce in the IT industry. Addressing this gap in research, the purpose of this study is to empirically examine the impact of the workforce in the IT industry on work performance when compared with female employees and male employees, across levels of management in the IT private sector in Bangalore. Design/methodology/approach – This study gives us the importance of literature on the big five personalities across levels of management in the IT industry. The scaler created by D. W. Fiske and later expanded upon by other researchers including Norman (1967), Smith (1967), Goldberg (1981), and McCrae & Costa (1987) have been used to measure the analysis. Pearson correlation, scatter plot, and hypothesis have been used to understand the degree of relation and workforce in the IT industry. Findings – This research authenticate that by behavior employee when compared with levels of management and gender-based can be positively and significantly impacted. The results reflect the presence of motivation in the workplace, well-organized resources, positive, energy, compassion, mindfulness, and meaningful work as the employees are experienced. As a fresher to company employee will be more open to taking up new work, need more Centre of attraction. Compared to male and female employees, there is no significant difference in behavior changes. Research limitations/implications – The interpretation of this study is subjected to certain limitations which can be addressed in future studies. Only five dimensions of the Big Five personality are considered i.e. openness, Conscientiousness, Extraversion, Agreeableness, and Neuroticism. Also, the impact has only to be studied on the IT industry in Bangalore. Practical implications – The finding and research of this study would be a roadmap for IT industries to know and improve the work performance of their employees Social implications – Retention of employees is critically
Article Details
Unique Paper ID: 161463

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 4

Page(s): 141 - 154
Article Preview & Download


Share This Article

Join our RMS

Conference Alert

NCSEM 2024

National Conference on Sustainable Engineering and Management - 2024

Last Date: 15th March 2024

Call For Paper

Volume 11 Issue 1

Last Date for paper submitting for Latest Issue is 25 June 2024

About Us

IJIRT.org enables door in research by providing high quality research articles in open access market.

Send us any query related to your research on editor@ijirt.org

Social Media

Google Verified Reviews