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An Analysis of the General and Gender Difference Regarding Emotional Intelligence among Employees: Evidence from Government and Non-Government Organizations of Hyderabad


  • Anisa Gul Bhatti

    () (Government Girls (Zubeda) College, Hyderabad, Pakistan.)


Emotional Intelligence is very important at workplace. Present study was conducted to investigate the “gender difference in Emotional Intelligence in Government and Non- Government employees of Hyderabad”. The sample is composed of 100 respondents (i.e. 50 Government and 50 Non-Government employees). Emotional intelligence Scale as developed by Schulte, et al (1998) used to collect the data for this research. Data collected were analyzed statistically. The mean of Government employee score is 26.06 and the mean of Non- Government employee score is 29.06. The Standard deviation of Government employee score is 3.685. The Standard deviation of Non-Government employee score is 4.109. The t-value among the scores of Government and Non-Government employees are 0.019, indicates nonsignificant level (i-e P>0.10). The t-value of the scores of male and female employees of Government and Non-Government employees are 0.024, and 0.035 respectively, indicates nonsignificant level (i-e P>0.10). This research finding proved that both Government and non- Government employees have no difference in emotional intelligence and there is nonsignificant difference in emotional intelligence in male and female employees of Hyderabad.

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  • Anisa Gul Bhatti, 2013. "An Analysis of the General and Gender Difference Regarding Emotional Intelligence among Employees: Evidence from Government and Non-Government Organizations of Hyderabad," KASBIT Business Journals, Khadim Ali Shah Bukhari Institute of Technology (KASBIT), vol. 6, pages 106-113, December.
  • Handle: RePEc:ksb:journl:v:6:y:2013:p:106-113

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    Emotional intelligence; Emotional competencies; Intelligence quotient and Emotional quotient.;

    JEL classification:

    • J24 - Labor and Demographic Economics - - Demand and Supply of Labor - - - Human Capital; Skills; Occupational Choice; Labor Productivity
    • O34 - Economic Development, Innovation, Technological Change, and Growth - - Innovation; Research and Development; Technological Change; Intellectual Property Rights - - - Intellectual Property and Intellectual Capital


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