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EEO. 2020; 19(3): 4077-4098

Impact Of Commuting Stress On Job Performance: Moderating Role Of Work Place Spirituality

Muhammad Jameel Babbar, Prof. Dr. Qadar Bakhsh Baloch, Dr. Junaid Athar.


Employees’ job performance is catalyst to organizational success in competitive business environment. Workplace spirituality is recognized as moderator in creating win-win situation for both employees and organizations.Current study investigates the impact of commuting stress on job performance with moderating role of workplace spirituality on police’s employees of capital territory (Islamabad), Pakistan.Data collection process was executed by adopting the purposive and convenience sampling techniques of non-probability. Questionnaire was distributed to the sample of N 372 out of total population of N 12,589police employees. Out of 372 respondents, 267 employees responded. Data was analyzed through SPSS Version no.21, and reliability was alsodeterminedthrough Cronbach’s Alpha technique. After ensuring reliability and validity of the instruments, the regression analysis was used to find out the cause and effects of variables. Cross sectional research analyses reveals negative and significantrelationship between the commuting stress and job performance.To find out the moderating effect of workplace spirituality between commuting stress and job performance, Baron and Kenny’s(1986) approach was adopted. Relationship between commuting stress and workplace spirituality was analyzedand positive interconnection was confirmed between workplace spirituality and job performance. Findings of the study also suggested significant and moderating role of workplace spirituality between commuting stress and job performance. Hence, the study reconfirmed and established the moderating role of workplace spirituality in the relation between stress and job performance.Study was limited to the police’s department employees of capital territory (Islamabad), Pakistan. The results of the research study were found to be invariant for male and females. Theresearch studyis expected to contribute in the growing empirical research on commuting stress and the underexplored area of workplace spirituality amongst police official operating in stressful environment. The study suggests development and practice of a systematic program that helps to augmentprevalent degree of workplace spirituality and overcome commuting stress and increase job performance

Key words: Commuting stress, workplace spirituality, job performance, Police personnel, Capital Territory (Islamabad), Pakistan

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