Factors Influencing Personality Trait On Job Satisfaction Towards Private Bank Employees In Tamilnadu

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D. Muruganandam
Dr. J. Siva Kumar


 This study investigates the personality traits and job satisfaction of banking industry personnel using the Big Five Model and this study falls under descriptive in nature. For this purpose, 415 private bank employees were approached to collect the data. A random sampling technique has been adopted to identify the respondents. Mean and Standard deviation, corelation and Regression statistics are used for the analysis using SPSS 26. From this analysis it is found that conscientiousness, emotional stability, agreeableness, openness experience, and extraversion are high level relationship with job satisfaction among the employees. The results that the Conscientiousness and Extraversion are positively influencing the job satisfaction.


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D. Muruganandam, & Dr. J. Siva Kumar. (2023). Factors Influencing Personality Trait On Job Satisfaction Towards Private Bank Employees In Tamilnadu. Journal for ReAttach Therapy and Developmental Diversities, 6(10s(2), 1877–1881. https://doi.org/10.53555/jrtdd.v6i10s(2).2419
Author Biographies

D. Muruganandam

Research Scholar, Department of Business Administration, Annamalai University

Dr. J. Siva Kumar

Assistant professor Department of Business Administration, Annamalai University


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