Impact Of Job Crafting On Performance In Teachers Of Private Sector Universities, Pakistan: Mediating Role Of Organizational Commitment

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Dr. Aqsa Siddiq , Dr. Mohib Ullah , Asghar Ali , Mehnaz Fazal , Anjum Ihsan , Dr. Nazim Ali


The objective of this study is to know the impact of job crafting on job performance and organizational commitment. In addition, the study investigates the role of organizational commitment as a mediator between job crafting and performance of teachers in private sector universities, Pakistan. Data were gathered from 294 teachers working in private sector universities of Pakistan through Job Crafting Scale (Tims, Bakker, & Derks, 2012), Organizational Commitment Scale (Meyer & Allen, 1991) and Job Performance ScaleĀ  ((Goodman & Svyantek, 1999). The results of correlation showed a significant positive relationship between job crafting and organizational commitment (r=0.675, p= 0.000), job crafting and job performance (r=0.372, p= 0.000) and organizational commitment and job performance (r=0.534, p= 0.000), which implies that the teachers doing well designed job can ensure higher commitment at work and can prove better performance. The results of structure equation modelling revealed a partial mediating role of organizational commitment between job crafting and job performance.

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