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EEO. 2021; 20(5): 3533-3541


Does Job Engagement Mediate the Relationship between Job Demands and Organizational Commitment of Academicians at Institutions of Higher Education Commission in Pakistan?

Dr. Faisal Khan, Dr Tahseen Zahra, Dr Hazrat Bilal, Muhammad Sufyan, Dr Arab Naz.

Abstract
Every individual is exposed to different types of demands in the working environment. The demands may be either from the employees or administration of the organization. Conflict of interest and workload also affect the performance of the employees. In current study, the researchers aimed to investigate the importance of job demands and the strengths of the employees, i.e. job engagement of the faculty members and organizational commitments. The data was collected in 2017, contains 212 employees from Higher Education Institutions of Malakand Division Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP). Job engagement has been measured on the basis of the Utrecht Work Engagement Scale (UWES) (Schaufeli, Salanova et al. 2002).The findings suggest that demands have a negative effect on the job engagement and organizational commitment, while a positive effect between job engagement and organizational commitment. Furthermore, job engagement plays a full mediation between job demand and organizational commitment.

Key words: Job Demands; Job Engagement; Organizational Commitment; Utrecht Work Engagement Scale






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