The Impact of Emotional Intelligence on Employee Performance: An Empirical Based Analysis in-case of 40/60 Housing Construction

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Employee performance is evaluated by how an employee fulfills their job duties and executes their required tasks. It refers to the effectiveness, quality, and efficiency of their output. Performance also contributes to our assessment of how valuable an employee is to the organization. While those evaluations which result in success of an organization help to conduct employee performance. Both success of the organizational and effective employee performance are often the result of the individual‘s state of mind or emotion. The main goal of this study is to investigate the effect of employee emotional intelligence skills on their performance. The research follows a quantitative methodology approach which is going to be by entirely through questionnaires as provided for this purpose. The researcher use Golemans four dimensional Trait-based model and the multidimensional concept of Employee performance measurements. In the research Statistical package for Social Science (SPSS) was employed. Statistical analysis conducted and result analyzed, output result thoroughly interpreted and described. Finally conclusion and suggestion provided.



Emotional intelligence, construction industry, employee performance