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Paper Title :
Employee Life/ Job Satisfaction as Antecedent of Desired Organizational Traits–Evidence from Developing Cultures

Author :Ashfaq Kazmi, Faheem Q. Jamal

Article Citation :Ashfaq Kazmi ,Faheem Q. Jamal , (2017 ) " Employee Life/ Job Satisfaction as Antecedent of Desired Organizational Traits–Evidence from Developing Cultures " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 132-139, Volume-3,Issue-3

Abstract : This research aimed to fill literature gap by examining if employees’Life Satisfaction (LS) mediates relationship of Job Satisfaction (JS) with Affective Commitment (AC)&Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB)in developing cultures. In light of published literature,variables as well as their inter-relationships were identified to formulate research model as well as four (4) main hypotheses. Data was collected from Public and Private Sector employees of Pakistan utilizing Global Instruments (N=430). As per results yield by inter-variable Correlation and Linear regression,all stated hypotheses were accepted.However, while good fit of research model was tested viaStructural Equation Modeling (SEM), analysis resulted that LS & OCB have insignificant relationship. Moreover, SEM results confirmed that LS not only has indirect positive relationship with OCB via JS & AC but it actually acts as antecedent for JS & AC’s relationship with OCB in developing cultures like Pakistan. Subsequently recommendations, filled literature gaps and implications for future research were stated. Keywords - Job Satisfaction (JS), Life Satisfaction (LS), Affective Commitment (AC), Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB), Public Sector, Private Sector

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