This report attempts to outline how individual behaviour within the confines of a work space is influenced over and again by the individuals’ personality, values and other factors which in turn affect a worker’s personality within an organization. However, the term Personality encompasses a variety of factors which generates a conglomerate attitude/ Personality in any employee. I would like to begin by suggesting that Personality itself is a sum total of ways in which a person behaves and interacts with others. The Myers- Biggs Type Indicator (MBTI) which is influenced by the Jungian theory catalogues 16 personality types which are evident amongst workers in organisations. In organization there are two broad categories- the extroverts and introverts, the matrix of the organization, work environment then in turn nudge and flourish the inherent attitudes in people. It has often been noticed that keeping pets in office have increased the levels of job satisfaction in employees. A person’s aptitude for a particular kind of work is an active determinant in his superior performance in any organization. His competencies are generally based on the kind of work which is expected of an employee, the skills which he requires to complete a particular task and also the manner in which the job is designed. The behaviour of an employee is not only predicated upon his levels of stress, emotional framework, and inherent values but also on internal forces such as direction, intensity and persistence which cannot be directly controlled by an employee. Environmental conditions or situational factors also constraint, control or facilitate human behaviour. The pay scale, the policy of employee retention, various kinds of cooperation and of helpfulness of others towards an employee in an organization also factor in the development of personality.