What We Trade At Work As Employees And How We Do It. Using Multi-Trait Multi-Method Procedure to Validate a Dual-Content Approach of Employee Performance on a Romanian Sample

Ruxandra Ciulu, Andreea Negruti

Abstract


Globalization and performance management are not new concepts, but they can be approached in new, modern manners in order to identify new trends, new factors of influence on employee performance and, therefore, on organizational performance. In accordance with the current organizational practices and with the need of an empirical validated strategy of performance assessment, the present research aims to present the results of a new standardised assessment approach based on two types of performance and on a multi-sources assessment method. Even though we found no evidence that the type of international management attitude (ethnocentric versus geocentric) would impact the individual in role or extra-role performance levels or that the ERP level of managers would impact the employees ERP levels, we argue that a greater attention should be paid to what we think performance is and how we measure it in an accurate and valid manner.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v5i3.8264

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