December 2022 Vol 2 Issue II
Author (s) :
1). Mr. Dipamkumar Raval, Bhakta Kavi Narsinh Mehta University, Rajkot, Gujarat, India
2). Dr. Jayeshkumar R. Vasava, Dr. Subhash Mahila Arts, Commerce & Home Science College, , Junagadh, Gujarat, India
Organizational citizenship behaviour, personality, and leadership are some of the terms to consider here.
By conducting a review of research journals that have been published in the past ten years, the objective of this literature review is to investigate the factors that influence organisational citizenship behaviour (OCB). This will be accomplished through the use of an abstract. Academia, Google Scholar, and EBSCO are the three sources that are used to access journals. The findings demonstrate that not all aspects of a person's personality have either a good or a negative link with OCB. There is some evidence that transformational leadership can boost organisational citizenship behaviour (OCB), but this connection is also mediated by interactional justice and can be controlled by psychological empowerment. In addition, Employee Engagement and Organizational Commitment with Person-Environment Interaction are characteristics that have the potential to influence OCB (P-E). On the other hand, gender does not play a role in OCB.
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