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The 'OCEAN' is creating tumultuous waves in the industry career: Perspectives in contemporary organisational psychology

Singh, Amir

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    <title>The 'OCEAN' is creating tumultuous waves in the industry career: Perspectives in contemporary organisational psychology</title>
    <subject>career, employee personality, employment, organisational psychology, unemployment</subject>
    <date dateType="Issued">2018-12-01</date>
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    <description descriptionType="Abstract">&lt;p&gt;The current work discusses organisational psychology within the context of Singapore&amp;rsquo;s economy. Indeed, employers would be hard pressed to find the right people to employ. Such an instrument as the &amp;lsquo;OCEAN&amp;rsquo; model would be most prudent here. The &amp;lsquo;OCEAN&amp;rsquo; is an acronym of the five distinct attributes of the well-acclaimed Five Factor Model, which has been authenticated throughout the years by a many number of researchers and psychologists. Having identified several assessments, we could see why the &amp;lsquo;OCEAN&amp;rsquo; model is extremely popular, having several assessments such as the 16PF and Hogan Personality Inventory of shared association, while that of others supplementing the &amp;lsquo;OCEAN&amp;rsquo; model as a whole. With our identification of our previous economic ills over the current years in Singapore, we can come to a few hypotheses. Firstly, the &amp;lsquo;OCEAN&amp;rsquo; model identifies employee personalities, secondly, people who go through the &amp;lsquo;OCEAN&amp;rsquo; model will be more successful, and thirdly, tumultuous waves as defined by the retrenchment, redundancy, and unemployment issues in Singapore, are reviving the &amp;lsquo;OCEAN&amp;rsquo; model.&amp;nbsp;&lt;br&gt;
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