EXPLORING THE WORK ENGAGEMENT AS MEDIATOR IN FINDING IMPACT OF JOB INSECURITY ON JOB PERFORMANCE
The performance is the most significant phenomenon that can influence the entire working format of the organizations in productive or adverse manners based on the effectiveness of performance management system. Similarly, job insecurity is the phenomenon wherein the individuals are worried about their professional affiliations with undesired possibility of losing their jobs. Likewise, work engagement denotes the degree of individual’s engagement in assigned responsibilities. This study examined the role of work engagement as mediator in connecting the job insecurity and job performance. The data was collected (employees from NGOs) through questionnaire adapted from existing studies with the aim to measure the research issues and their interrelationships. The data was analyzed by using different statistical procedures like correlation, regression and mediation to find answers of research hypotheses about the relationships among research variables as developed from theoretical framework to reach the conclusion comprehensively. The results show positive association, significant impact and partial mediation. Some recommendations are offered to policy-makers and future researchers as extracted from the results of the study.