Variables Influencing Organization Citizenship Behavior

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Abstract

This research, by means of structural equation modeling, looked into causal influences on organization citizenship behavior, spiritual intelligence being the transmission variable. The research results were as follows: the spiritual intelligence influenced organization citizenship behavior. Emotional quotient (EQ), working behavior in Divine States (Brahmavihara) and future orientation characteristic influnced the spiritual intelligence as a transmission variable.

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Published
2018-10-11
Section
Research articles