Ego-Strength as a Moderator Variable of the Job Performance-Job Satisfaction Relationship
Pestonjee D M,
Singh A P and
Singh Y K
No WP1980-10-01_00410, IIMA Working Papers from Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad, Research and Publication Department
In this study an attempt was made to find out the critical influence of ego-strength on the job performance-job satisfaction relationship. The E-S Scale (Ego-Strength Scale) and the S-D Employee’s Inventory were administered on a sample of 200 blue-collar workers of a state owned spinning mill located in North India. The performance data were obtained with the help of daily work records of the respondents. The moderated regression and sub-group analytical strategies were applied to determine such effects. The moderated regression analysis did not show significant moderating effect (F = 1.50, df = 1,196). The sub-group analysis show negligible moderating effect which was not found to be statistically significant (CR = .35).
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