This research is to discuss whether the individual''s characteristics and personal attributes have apparent difference and association with subjective/objective work performance, hoping to offer evaluate options of selecting National Army recruiters for related department.
This research was implemented through on-line questionnaires, whilst objects were National Army recruiters who recruited at least one volunteer soldier in year 104. Totally, 692 questionnaires had been submitted. By analyzing statistically, the main discovery and result are as follows.
First, the mean of National Army recruiter’s questionnaires acknowledgement reaches 3.78 while the mean of subjective work performance reaches 4.02, fully showing that Nationl Army recruiters always recruit with possitive attitude which is also active, willing to learn diligently, and brave to accept challenges.
Second, the emotional stability of males is greater than that of females; The learning diligence of the Navy is greater than that of the Army and Air Force; Sergeant Majors, those who has work experience over 16 years or bachelor degree has more possitive characteristics than Sergeants/Corporals/Privates, those who has work experience below 10 years or high school degree. Additionally, the Navy has more possitive subjective work performance than the Army and Air Force. Those who have work experience over 16 years or bachelor degree has more possitive subjective work performace than those who has work experience below 5 years or high school degree. The explainatory power of former analyzing results is 49.7% based on causal inference, showing that the scale of characteristics and work performance in this research has certain predicting ability for National Army recruiters who don’t have experience but are willing to engage themselves to recruiting work.
Third, two factors reach evident difference on objective work performance, including superiority of males over females, and the Army over the Navy and the Air Force. The explainatory power of causal inference is 11%, which suggests that the characteristics scale couldn’t have great explainatory power on work performance.