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EEO. 2021; 20(5): 3522-3532


Impact of Motherhood Myths and Labor Legal Rights on Occurrence of Child Labor: Moderating Role of Moral Foundation of Organization

Atif Ali Gill, Jamil Asim, Shazia Akram, Shehla Honey, Shahzad Farid, Asima Khalid.

Abstract
Child labor leads to negatively affecting a country’s growth. Pakistan, as a developing country, has suffered from the issues of Child labor laws. For the purpose of reducing child labor occurrence, it is necessary to instill a feeling of motherhood and strong labor laws in the country. To find out the impact of such factors on each other, the author collected data from 390 top managers of NGOs that work in Pakistan in the area of Child Labor using an online questionnaire-based survey. After data gathering, the author employed various approaches to analyze that impact on each other such as confirmatory factor analysis and structural equation modeling. The results of these tests showed that all the hypotheses have been proven to be true i.e. the direct as well as the indirect moderation impacts were positive and significant in this study. The author has summarized the benefits or implications of this study in context of theory, practice and policy making for various labor rights. After this, the researcher has also presented the limitations of this study to present the future recommendations for peer researchers.

Key words: Motherhood Myths, Child Labor Laws, Moral Foundations of Organizations, NGOs, Pakistan.






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