The Impact of Supervisor Base Ostracism on Employee Behaviours: A Case of Pakistan

Authors

  • Imran Ullah Khan PhD Scholar Faculty of Management Science, International Islamic University, Islamabad.
  • Dr. Tazeem Ali Shah Assistant Professor Faculty of Management Science, International Islamic University, Islamabad

Abstract

The study aims to investigate the relationship between supervisor-based ostracism and ingratiatory and extra-role behaviors in Pakistan, with job insecurity and political skills playing moderating and mediating roles, respectively. Supervisor-based ostracism, ingratiatory, and extra-role behaviors were hypothesized to have a direct association with one another. The survey was administered and the data was analyzed using various regression models. The findings showed that except for political skills, all of the variables have significant positive relationships; supervisor-based ostracism has a positive relationship with ingratiatory behaviors that lead to extra-role behaviors; and job insecurity mediates while political skills moderate the relationships. Managerial and theoretical implications are also discussed.

Keywords: Supervisor-based Ostracism, Ingratiatory behaviours, Job Insecurity, Political Skills, Extra role behaviours

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Published

2024-02-11

How to Cite

Imran Ullah Khan, & Dr. Tazeem Ali Shah. (2024). The Impact of Supervisor Base Ostracism on Employee Behaviours: A Case of Pakistan . Journal of Business and Management Research, 3(1), 199–219. Retrieved from https://jbmr.com.pk/index.php/Journal/article/view/112