Perceived Organisational Politics and Job Attitudes: A Structural Equation Analysis of Higher Education Faculty of Pakistani Universities

Hira Salah ud din Khan, Ma Zhiqiang, Patrick Boateng Sarpong, Shumaila Naz

Abstract


The purpose of this study is to examine the impact of perceived organizational politics (POPs) on job attitudes (job satisfaction and job involvement and organizational commitment) among university teaching employees in Pakistan. The data were collected by questionnaires from full-time faculty members of universities. The study variables were subject to confirmatory measure model by using Wharppls 5.0 .The main objective of this study was to find out role of perceived organizational politics on job satisfaction, job involvement and organizational commitment of employees. The results of partial least square structural equation modeling shown that perceived organizational politics has negative impact on job satisfaction ,job involvement and organizational commitment of employees relationship. Implications of the present study, limitations and recommendations are discussed.


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