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The Research of Relationship among Personality, Job Satisfaction and Job Performance of Information Staff:Take C Company as an Example
ABSTRACT With the rise of FinTech, the financial industry and the technology industry have cooperated closely. Major financial institutions and technology companies are actively recruiting information personnel. The recruitment of information personnel has always been one of the important tasks of human resources personnel. How to recruit excellent information personnel? From the past literature and research, we can find that personality traits really affect job satisfaction and job performance. Therefore, this study adopts a questionnaire survey method to investigate the C case with the questionnaire “personality of information personnel, job satisfaction and job performance”. The relationship between personality traits, job satisfaction and job performance of the company's 179 information staff. A total of 179 questionnaires were distributed during the period from April 1 to April 3, 2008. A total of 156 valid questionnaires were collected, and the effective questionnaire recovery rate was 87.15%. The recovered raw materials are sorted and analyzed by statistical methods such as reliability and validity analysis, descriptive statistical analysis, correlation analysis, and regression analysis. The results show that: (1) personality traits have a significant positive impact on job performance, and some are established; (2) personality traits have a significant positive correlation with job satisfaction, and some are established; (3) job satisfaction has significant performance Positive impact, partially established. Finally, based on the research results, this study puts forward the meaning and suggestions of practical management as a reference for recruiting information workers and planning education training in the future financial industry.
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