How Wellbeing Oriented HRM Influence Innovative Work Behavior? Through Mediating Role of Proactive Motivation

Authors

  • Muhammad Farhan Afzal COMSATS University Islamabad Wah Campus
  • Dr. Saddam Hussain Associate Professor, Department of Management Sciences COMSATS University Islamabad, Attock Campus, Pakistan
  • Dr. Samina Nawab Professor, Department of Management Sciences COMSATS University Islamabad, Wah Campus, Pakistan

Abstract

To better understand the relationship between work energy, organizational identification, innovative work behavior (IWB), and well-being-oriented human resource management (WHR), this article will quantify and conceptualize the concept of WHR. A two-wave structural equation model technique used in a sample of 413 respondents to confirm whether proactive motivational states i.e. work energy and organizational identification is a mediating factor in the link between WHR and IWB. According to this study, the goal of human resource management (HRM) is well-being. WHR is quantifiable and conceptualizable. Furthermore, WHR practices help to promote IWB. This study investigates that how proactive motivational model as a catalyst in the connection between these HRM activities and IWB. Our three contributions, which draw from the social exchange theory, proactive motivational model and the Job Demands-Resources model, are to: (1) conceptualize and measure WHR empirically; (2) identify the impact of WHR on IWB; and (3) evaluate the role of proactive motivational states i.e. work energy and organizational identification as a mediating factor in the relationship between IWB and well-being-oriented HRM.

Keywords: Wellbeing-oriented HRM, Proactive Motivation, Organizational Identification, Work Energy, Innovative work behavior

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Published

2024-03-21

How to Cite

Muhammad Farhan Afzal, Dr. Saddam Hussain, & Dr. Samina Nawab. (2024). How Wellbeing Oriented HRM Influence Innovative Work Behavior? Through Mediating Role of Proactive Motivation. Journal of Business and Management Research, 3(1), 475–492. Retrieved from https://jbmr.com.pk/index.php/Journal/article/view/137