Muhammad Furqan Shahzad,
(Department of Business Administration, Allama Iqbal Open University, PAKISTAN).
Discipline: Business Administration & Management Sciences (HRM, Organizational Behavior, Health Service Management).
Keywords: Public Sector; Health Sector; Job Security; Job Fulfillment; Organizational Norms; Working Environment; Emotional Stability.
This study investigates connections between Organizational Politics, Job Performance and Job Satisfaction of public health sector medics and nurses. Moreover, it also addresses whether Emotional Intelligence has a moderating effect on the relationship between Organizational Politics, Job Performance and Job Satisfaction. The study was conducted as a field study and is cross-sectional in nature having negligible research interference. Different types of tests are used in the study i.e. correlation analysis, regression analysis, etc; which analyzed the connection between independent and dependent variables. The first and second hypotheses investigated the critical adverse consequence of Organizational Politics on Job Performance and Job Satisfaction. From the investigation, it is found that the outcomes are not endorsing these hypotheses. It implies that Organizational Politics has positive effects on Work Performance and Job Satisfaction of medics and nurses in public sector hospitals in the area under investigation. However, the last assumption clearly illustrates that Emotional Intelligence plays a moderating role in the relationship between Organizational Politics and Job Satisfaction in such a way that relationship is weaker with higher Emotional Intelligence. Furthermore, generalizability can be increased by investigating other sectors.
Paper ID: 13A10L
Cite this article:
Shahzad, M. F., Alvi, M. (2022). Impacts of Organizational Politics on Job Performance and Job Satisfaction with Moderating Role of Emotional Intelligence. International Transaction Journal of Engineering, Management, & Applied Sciences & Technologies, 13(10), 13A10L, 1-11. http://TUENGR.COM/V13/13A10L.pdf DOI: 10.14456/ITJEMAST.2022.201