Nexus Between Organizational Citizenship Behavior And Job Satisfaction Among Pakistani Teachers: Role Of Psychological Capital As Mediator

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Ume Ruqia Saadat, Fawad Ahmad, Dr. Muhammad Anees ul Husnain Shah, Dr. Arooj Zeb, Dr. Haji Rahman, Dr. Nazim Ali


The primary objective of this study was to examine the correlation between organisational citizenship behaviour (OCB), job satisfaction (JS), and psychological capital (PC). Moreover, the primary aim of the study was to examine the potential mediating effect of perceived capital on the association between organisational citizenship behaviour and job satisfaction. The information was obtained from 439 teachers employed in private sector universities of higher education in the areas of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Sindh, Balochestan, and Punjab. The data analysis was performed using the statistical software programmes SPSS and Amos. The hypotheses and research model were evaluated using correlation and structural equation modelling techniques. The findings indicate a statistically significant positive correlation between OCB, JS, and PC. The empirical data obtained via the use of structural equation modelling supports the proposition that PC acts as a partial mediator in the relationship between OCB and JS.

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