Employee's experiences of work: Emotional, cognitive, social, and personality factors
Often affective influences in organizational research link to workplace behaviors. In this study, we examine several relationships between critical variables that have been missing within workplace literature. The current study examined how dispositional factors (i.e., susceptibility to EC and personality), affective (emotional) factors, and workplace performance factors (i.e., in-role and extra-role) predicted organizational outcomes (i.e., affective commitment AC and task effectiveness TE). All of these factors predicted positive workplace outcomes. However, workplace changes in the early stages of COVID-19 did not add any additional predictive ability.