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EEO. 2021; 20(1): 4613-4625

The Toxic Leadership And Employee Performance: Mediating Effects Of Employee Commitment

Muhammad Rahman Khan, Dr. Hamid Khan, Muhammad Saqib Khan, Aman Ullah Khattak, Muhammad Aslam Khan, Muhammad Junaid Siraji.


The present study focuses on examining the role of toxic leadership in employee performance with mediation effect for employee commitment in the banking sector in KP, Pakistan. In the banking sector, the desire to gain a sustainable competitive advantage by increasing the efficiency of employees and employee commitment which are direly needed to comprehend the desired standards. In this regard, data was collected from bank employees through structured questionnaire and analyzed through statistical procedures to find the answers of the research questions (hypotheses) and to reach the conclusion. The results revealed significance of the research variables in connection to its association, influence and mediation in diverse nature of relationships which therefore help in reaching the desired conclusion. The findings are expected to provide suitable guidelines to policy makers for revisiting their policies regarding the toxic readership, employeesÂ’ commitment and performance. The study is also likely to provide suitable guidelines to future researchers with respect to the methods and procedures used in this study in order to find the potential relationships.

Key words: Leadership, Employee, Performance, Employee, Commitment

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