Employees’ Psychological Performance

Ozgur Demirtas, Harika Suklun


Although studies in Organizational Behavior has been increasing, a gap exists in the literature about individuals’ performance and its final influence on the organizational outcomes. There might be a number of factors with physical and psychological contents which would influence the employees’ behavior in organizations and low employee performance would decrease organization’s success. This study examines the literature on psychological performance and its influences upon work. Psychological performance is not well known in organizational behavior. Many studies supported that a lot of factors influence the individual’s performance which affects the organizational outcomes. Although the psychological performance of the employees has an important role in a working environment no significant research are found in the available literature. Thus, the importance of psychological performance for organizations is discussed in this paper.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/hrr.v3i1.12998


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