The purpose of the present research is to explore and confirm the taxonomy of job performance. Two studies were conducted to address this issue. In Study 1, a Rating Scale for Job Performance was developed, and exploratory factor analysis （n = 145） yielded a four-factor solution, named Task, Interpersonal, Adaptive and Dedicative Performance （the four factors＇ Alphas were all above. 91, and multiple linear regression＇s R = .86）. Study 2 compared the four-factor model with the other four models derived from W.C. Borman ＆ S.J. Motowidlo （1993）, B. Allworth ＆ E. Hesketh （1997）, etc. Confirmatory factor analysis （n = 327） indicated a best fit for the four-factor-model （GFI = .95; AGFI = .90; NNFI = .98; CFI = .99; IFI = .99; RMSEA = .078）. Results and implications for the taxonomy of job performance were also discussed.
Journal of Capital Normal University（Social Science Edition）
Job Performance, Task Performance, Interpersonal Performance, Adaptive Performance, Dedicative Performance