Effect of Psychological Capital and Emotional Intelligence on Employee’s Job Performance
Employee’s job performance is considered to be very key variable effecting organizational performance. In today’s hypercompetitive world global economy business need to try identifying the factors that has effect on employee’s performance, and psychological capital and emotional intelligence are amongst them. Consequently the main aim of the study was to find out the relationship of psychological capital and emotional intelligence on employee’s job performance in Public sector Universities of Peshawar. In order to obtain the required objectives, a sample of 170 respondents was selected randomly through proportional allocation method. Well-structured questionnaire was used to collect the data. For checking the reliability of data, Cronbach’s alpha coefficient was used. The results quantified that the collected data is reliable as coefficient of Cronbach’s alpha is greater than 0.70 for psychological capital and emotional intelligence. For employee performance the reliability measures was less than 70%.MAS were greater than 3 for most of studied attributes showing that employees are in favor of effect of psychological capital and emotional intelligence on employee’s performance. The results of Chi-square showed a significant (P < 0.05) association between psychological capital and employee performance and also emotional intelligence and employee performance. Grounded on the results, it is determined that psychological capital and emotional intelligence are significantly associated with employee’s performance.