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The purpose of this paper is to find out the impact of Human Resource practices on employee performance. Job embeddedness, Perceived organizational support and Trust were taken as mediators and they were investigated for their mediation effect on the relationship between human resource practices and employee performance. Organizational citizenship behavior and task performance were taken as two dimensions of Employee Performance. Data was collected through questionnaires from faculty members of different campuses of Public sector University in Pakistan. Results support that job embeddedness, perceived organization support and trust have partial or full mediation role for HR-Performance relationship of teaching faculty of Higher Education sector.


Job Embeddedness Organizational Citizenship Behavior Task Performance Perceived Organizational Support Trust

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Mehreen Fatima, COMSATS

Deptt of Management Sciences, COMSATS, Lahore

Muhammad Shafique, University of Engineering & Technology, Lahore

UET,Lahore, Reseach & Industurial Liasion

Faisal Qadeer, NCBA&E, Lahore

NCBA&E, Department of Business Administration

Rashid Ahmad, COMSATS

Admin. Additional Registrar
How to Cite
Fatima, M., Shafique, M., Qadeer, F., & Ahmad, R. (2015). HR Practices and Employee Performance Relationship in Higher Education: Mediating Role of Job Embeddedness, Perceived Organizational Support and Trust. Pakistan Journal of Statistics and Operation Research, 11(3), 421-439.