The Need for Human Resource Managers to Understand and Prepare for Future Employees: A Study on the Perceptions of Business Students on Job Performance

Belal A. Kaifi, Nile M. Khanfar, Wageeh A. Nafei, Maryam M. Kaifi


Job performance is an important outcome of effective human resource management. This empirical research surveyed undergraduate students (N=176) majoring in Business Administration to learn more about their job performance propensities. A total of 88 male and 88 female students were surveyed. The results of this research suggest that females have higher citizen-based job performance levels when compared to males, males have higher task-based job performance levels when compared to females, males have higher outcome-based job performance levels when compared to females, and students who have played organized sports have a better understanding of job performance than students who have not played organized sports. Implications and recommendations are offered for practitioners and educators.

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Journal of Management and Sustainability   ISSN 1925-4725 (Print)   ISSN 1925-4733 (Online)


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