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EEO. 2020; 19(4): 3784-3789


IMPACT OF HIGH-PERFORMANCE WORK SYSTEM, PSYCHOLOGICAL CONTRACT BREACH AND EMPLOYEES’ RESILIENCE ON EMPLOYEES’ PERFORMANCE

Akbar Zaman, Irfan Ullah Khan, Muhammad Siddique, Mati Ullah Khan, Syed Farooq Shah.

Abstract
The higher education institutions have been considered as leading sources for managing the main educational priorities that are aligned with development of concerned countries. However, this role may be performed well when institutions remained focused on various leading parameters among with the performance management and psychological contract are the foremost. Similarly, the employees’ resilience is also critical in determining the employees’ readiness towards institutional tasks and leading objectives. Thus, to examine the possible relationships among these concepts, data was collected from the faculty members as detailed in methodology section and analyzed through statistical procedures to find out the information about the desired relationships among research phenomena. The results are expected to be significant for management of higher institutions concerning the leading concepts under investigations.

Key words: High-Performance Work System, Psychological Contract Breach, Employees’ Resilience & Employees’ Performance






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