Fostering Adaptive Performance in Employees

A Study on the Impact of Well-being Focused HRM and Leadership Engagement

Authors

  • Ayaz Qaiser University Sialkot, Pakistan
  • Atif Sheikh Grand Asian University Sialkot, Pakistan
  • Asif Niaz Grand Asian University Sialkot, Pakistan
  • Muhammad Noman Nagra Grand Asian University Sialkot, Pakistan

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.51263/jameb.v8i1.182

Keywords:

well-being oriented human resource management, engaging leadership, adoptive performance, trust, exhaustion, happiness at work

Abstract

This study well-being oriented human resource management practices and engaging leadership joint together covers the gap in understanding the concept of adoptive performance of employee working in banking sector of Pakistan. In addition in depth knowledge as how HRM is implemented by leaders are required based on social exchange theory. There has been broad debate on how HRM improve performance by means of employee well-being measured by happiness at work, trust, exhaustion. The study plan to explore the direct and indirect influence of WBHRM on Adoptive Performance among employees. The data were collected by self-administered questionnaire through convenience sampling technique. Smart PLS and Structural equation modeling (SEM) was utilized for hypotheses testing. Results of the study reveals that well-being oriented human resource management practices that are employee centered are expected to increase well-being and performance.

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Published

2023-10-31