Análisis de datos empíricos relacionados con ofertas de empleo e implicancias sobre el estatus científico de los rasgos de personalidad

Abstract : This article seeks to identify the characteristics of personality (according to the five factors of the Big Five model) appearing in 124 job offers published by private companies during a calendar year in the job portal of UNCPBA (Argentina) and the relationship between these expectations of personality, which comes from the applied field, and personality theories which emerge from scientific knowledge. The results show that the number of job offers involving personality characteristics is independent of the sector or vacancy. They show a correspondence between the requested characteristics and the five factors of the Big Five model, with Extraversion and Consciousness always significantly more frequent than each of the other 3 dimensions. These results are discussed in terms of the scientific status of personality characteristics.
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Luisa Mayoral, Bernard Gangloff, Amine Rezrazi. Análisis de datos empíricos relacionados con ofertas de empleo e implicancias sobre el estatus científico de los rasgos de personalidad. Revista gestion de las personas y tecnologia, Universidad de Santiago de Chile, 2014, pp.18-31. ⟨hal-01692626⟩

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