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Higher-order Traits and Happiness in the Workplace: The Importance of Occupational Project Scale for the Evaluation of Characteristic Adaptations
(Taylor & Francis, 2017)
This study attempts to explain the relationship between job satisfaction and the Big Two, Stability and Plasticity, which are the higher-order traits of Big Five. Occupational Project, a narrative construct, was considered ...
Six Blind Men and an Elephant: Workaholism vs. Work-Engagement from the Big-Two Personality Perspective rather than the Big Five
(Melih Topaloğlu, 2023)
Purpose – This study attempts to compare and contrast workaholism and work engagement in terms of their dispositional antecedents. Although both concepts are perceived as heavy work investment, workaholism is associated ...