Effect of work ethics on job performance with adversity quotient as a mediator
Work Ethics on Job Performance with Adversity Quotient
This study examines the importance of work ethics for employees in the organization towards performance achievement by bringing up the role of adversity quotient mediator. The study aimed to investigate and explore the direct and indirect influence through mediators by using path analysis techniques with the help of AMOS version 24. The process of data collection was carried out using three research variable scales. The number of research respondents is 220 employees. The results of the analysis prove four hypotheses that have been shown to have direct influence, and the role of the mediator is perfect in mediating the two variables. The results of this study can be useful for organizations and practitioners of psychology in industry and organizations.
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