Factors Affecting Employee Performance: A Mediation Analysis


  • Saroosh Tariq
  • Sadaf Hashmi
  • Anam Tariq




Job crafting, Negative active emotions, Workplace diversity, Psychological capital, Employee performance


The research reported in this article was on “Factors affecting employee performance: A mediation analysis”. The study aims to examine the mediating role of job crafting in the Public universities. This research sheds light on the significance of job crafting with reference to negative emotions and diverse workforce and psychological aspects in regard to employee performance. The study aims to explore the determinants of employee performance of the workers in Public universities. Secondary data was collected with the help of prior research and literature from internet and libraries. This primary data was accumulated by distributing questionnaires and to analyzed data SPSS was used. This data was accumulated from 200 faculty members working in public universities of Lahore. In This current research it uses an empirical approach to test the hypotheses model and this research is quantitative and descriptive in nature. Data was collected thorough cross sectional design and questionnaire on variables. The SPSS 21 and Process Hayes is used for examine the data.





How to Cite

Tariq, S. ., Hashmi, S. ., & Tariq, A. . (2023). Factors Affecting Employee Performance: A Mediation Analysis. Review of Applied Management and Social Sciences, 6(2), 177-188. https://doi.org/10.47067/ramss.v6i2.310