Mediating Role of Thriving at Work for The Relationship of Organizational Trust, Empowering Leadership with Employee Job Engagement

  • Yasir Abbas Klasson MSc (HRM) Scholar, Department of Management Sciences, NCBA&E Canal Campus, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
  • Anam Rehman Lecturer, Department of Management Sciences, NCBA&E Canal Campus, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Keywords: Thriving at Work, Organizational Trust, Employee Job Engagement

Abstract

This research is designed to check the mediating role of thriving at work for the relationship of organizational trust with employee job engagement. In this regard current study proposed three hypotheses. Two hypotheses are about the direct relationships. These two hypotheses are accepted. Results signify that Organizational Trust is better antecedent of Employee Job Engagement. Similarly, Thriving at Work has noteworthy impact on Employee Job Engagement. Current research also proposed one hypothesis of meditational effect as “Thriving at work plays a mediating role for the relationship of Organizational Trust with Employee Job Engagement”. This hypothesis is also accepted. Thriving at Work plays its role as partial mediator for the relations of Organizational Trust. This is the finding of this study. There are some limitations of this research. Data is collected from banks of Lahore only. Respondents of other sectors like textile sector, telecom sectors are not included in this research. Effect of demographic variables is not examined of the other variables of the research.  In future studies respondents of other sectors like textile sector, telecom sectors will take account for purpose of generalization. Effect of demographic variables is also checked in future. Data will also collect from the respondents of other cities i.e., Karachi, Multan, Peshawar in future researches.

Published
2021-10-11
How to Cite
Yasir Abbas Klasson, & Anam Rehman. (2021). Mediating Role of Thriving at Work for The Relationship of Organizational Trust, Empowering Leadership with Employee Job Engagement. Academic Journal of Social Sciences (AJSS ), 5(3), 228-239. Retrieved from https://ojs.lgu.edu.pk/index.php/ajss/article/view/1605
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