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A Discussion on Intelligence and Job Performance

Deepa Nath

Department of Commerce
Kandhi Raj College, India


General mental ability (intelligence) is a major determinant of large individual differences in work performance in work revealed by research, visible individual differences in behaviour of citizen performance in the workplace make it more difficult to observe the relationship of intelligence performance in daily life. Over time, validity among working experiences for predicting a decline in capacity, those of capacity is constant or increasing. Route analysis predicts the highest rationality performance is very good, people with higher abilities learn more relevant knowledge of work more quickly and learn more. The use of mental abilities in employment is unproductive and significantly reduces performance. In this policy, skill scale. However, it should encourage the use of personality scales that increase the effectiveness of the overall forecast, while reducing differences in the adoption rate of minority majorities. Based on a series of studies, employees from different organizations have provided evidence of productivity, convergence and discrimination for this instrument.


Employee Performance;
Job Challenges;
Job Involvement;
Skill Development.

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Deepa Nath, “A Discussion on Intelligence and Job Performance,” International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Management, Vol. 2, No. 11, pp. 258-262, 2017.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.24999/IJOAEM/02110056


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