Impact of Job Engagement on Counterproductive Work Behaviors: Moderating Role of Gender Among Organisational Employees
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The purpose of this investigation was to test the impact of job engagement on counter-productive work behaviors. A cross-sectional sample of 200 employees from public and private organizations completed a self-report questionnaire that assessed their engagement in work and counter-productive work behaviors based on their gender in a Pakistani context. Findings revealed the presence of significant and negative association between job engagement and counter-productive work behaviors among employees under study. Furthermore, findings also highlighted that the male employees show more counter-productive work behaviors as compared to female employees and that female employees were are engaged in their work as compared to male employees. However, the study results revealed that there is no significant moderation of gender in the association between counter-productive work behaviors and organizational employees’ job engagement.
Dr. Najma Iqbal Malik, & Ambar Zahra. (2022). Impact of Job Engagement on Counterproductive Work Behaviors: Moderating Role of Gender Among Organisational Employees. Advances in Psychology and Behavioral Studies, 1(1), 1–8. Retrieved from http://metisjournals.com/index.php/apbs/article/view/24
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