An Assessment of the Reliability and Validity of Job Performance Measurement (Satu Penilaian terhadap Kebolehpercayaan dan Kesahan Pengukuran Prestasi Kerja)

Johanim Johari, Khulida Kirana Yahya

Abstract


Abstract

This study examines the psychometric properties of the job performance construct by espousing task performance and organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) items. the latter comprises of sportsmanship, civic virtue, courtesy, altruism, conscientiousness, and innovative behavior. An a priori proposition is made that the job performance measurement could be explained by two factors: task performance and OCB. The findings support the hypothesis that job performance can be measured by the two hypothesized factors. However, four factors of OCB, i.e. civic virtue, sportsmanship, conscientiousness, and courtesy, load on the task performance factor, while altruism and innovative behavior load on the OCBconstruct. results provide evidence of construct reliability and validity of the job performance items, indicating that the instrument is suitable for Malaysian studies. Implications of the findings and recommendations are also discussed.

ABSTRAK

Kajian ini menganalisis ciri psikometrik konstruk prestasi kerja dengan menggabungkan prestasi tugas dan gelagat kewarganegaraan organisasi (GKO), yang terdiri dari sivik kuasa, kesukanan, sifat mendengarkan kata hati, budi bahasa, altruisme, dan gelagat inovatif. cadangan utama telah dibuat dengan mengandaikan bahawa pengukuran prestasi kerja boleh dijelaskan oleh dua faktor, iaitu prestasi tugas and GKO. Walau bagaimanapun, empat faktor dalam GKO iaitu sivik kuasa, kesukanan, sifat mendengar kata hati, dan budi bahasa termuat dalam faktor prestasi tugas manakala altruisme dan gelagat inovatif termasuk dalam konstruk GKO. Hasil kajian menunjukkan bukti kebolehpercayaan dan kesahan konstruk prestasi kerja. Ini menunjukkan pengukuran tersebut boleh digunakan dalam kajian di Malaysia. Implikasi kajian dan cadangan juga dibincangkan.


Full Text:

PDF

Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.


DISCLAIMER

The editors and publisher of Jurnal Pengurusan have made every possible effort to verify the accuracy of all information contained in this publication. Any opinions, discussions, views and recommendations expressed in the article are solely those of the authors and are not of Jurnal Pengurusan, its editors or its publisher. Jurnal Pengurusan, its editors and its publisher will not be liable for any direct, indirect, consequential, special, exemplary, or other damages arising therefrom.