THE IMPACT OF PERSONALITY TRAITS ON WORK OUTCOMES OF OFFICERS AT ADMINISTRATIVE UNITS OF THE HANOI PEOPLE’S COMMITTEE IN VIETNAM
The study aims to analyse the impact of personality traits on work outcomes of officers working at the Administrative units of the Hanoi People’s Committee in Vietnam. A questionnaire survey was conducted to collect data from 455 officers at the Administrative units. Collected data were analysed by using structural equation model (SEM) to evaluate the impact of personality traits on work outcomes including job satisfaction, organisational commitment and intention to stay. The results revealed that a positive relationship between the Big Five personality traits with organisational commitment, job satisfaction, and intention to stay. Furthermore, job satisfaction and organisational commitment are positively correlated with intention to stay in an organisation of officers at Hanoi People’s Committee. The result of the study suggested some significant implications for the Administrative units of the Hanoi People’s Committee to increase organisational commitment, job satisfaction, and upgrade intention to stay of officers in the coming time.
Big Five Personality Traits, Organisational Commitment, Job Satisfaction, Intention to Stay, Vietnam.