Mediating Role of Job Work Environment between the Relationship of Servant Leadership and Faculty Retention in Higher Education

  • Aneela sheikh Universiti Sains Malysia
  • Abdul Jalil Ali
  • Muhammad Akram Soomro
Keywords: Servant Leadership, Job Work Environment, Faculty Retention, Higher Education

Abstract

Abstract

Current study aims to explore the mediating role of job work environmentbetween the relationship ofservant leadership and faculty retention.Thepopulation of this study consists of all fulltime faculty members of four privatehigher educationinstitutes of Lahore, Pakistan.The total number of population consists of 2,230 full time facultymembers. A sample of 330 faculty memberswere drawn through clusterrandom sampling technique.The data collected was analyzed using SPSS version 23.Theoretically, this study has been conducted under the domain of socialexchange theory(SET).Themediation of job work environment was checked through Baron and Kenny path analysis procedure, the results reveled that servant leadership has a positive significant impact on faculty retention and job work environment, and job work environment partially mediates the relationship betweenservant leadershipandfaculty retention. Such type of study should also be conducted for public universities and other higher education institutes.

 

Published
2021-02-04
How to Cite
sheikh, A., Abdul Jalil Ali, & Muhammad Akram Soomro. (2021). Mediating Role of Job Work Environment between the Relationship of Servant Leadership and Faculty Retention in Higher Education. AJSS, 4(4), 990-998. Retrieved from http://ojs.lgu.edu.pk/index.php/ajss/article/view/1394
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