WORKPLACE SOCIAL SUPPORT AND PERSONALITY TYPE AS PREDICTORS OF JOB SATISFACTION

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Investigated in the present study were workplace social support variables and personality types as predictors of job satisfaction. Two hundred and fifty staff of Nigeria Breweries Ama Enugu State who volunteered participated in the study. Their average age was 28 years and they were mainly junior and medium level staff. Valid questionnaire were used to collected raw data about the study variables and multiple regression analysis using SPSS version 16 was used to analyze the data. The results showed that perceived workplace social support contributed to 13% of the models significant of F 3,249 = 13.8, P < .001. Only supervisors support and organization support were significant predictors of job satisfaction, betas .33 and .13, p< .001 and .05 respectively. Colleagues support was not found to be significant predictor of job satisfaction. Also personality type contributed to 22% of the models significant of F 5,249 = 14.00, p < .001. Only extraversion, neuroticism and conscientiousness were significant personality traits predictors of job satisfaction at betas .29, -.19, and .27, p< .001 and .05 respectively. Agreeableness and openness were not significant predictors of job satisfaction. Discussion was made drawing strength from literature review; implications of the results were highlighted. While limitation and suggestion for future research was stated. 

WORKPLACE SOCIAL SUPPORT AND PERSONALITY TYPE AS PREDICTORS OF JOB SATISFACTION
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    Project ID PSY0204
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