Effect Of Work Engagement On Employee Performance: The Moderating Role 0f Polychronicity

  • Qurat-ul-ain Amjed, Dr. Mumtaz Ali, Dr. Majid Ali, Dr. Muhammad Munir


Purpose of this research is to explore the level of work engagement in front line employees of banking sector influence the performance of their employees in moderation of polychronicity. A sample comprising 300 questionnaires were distributed among the four prominent banks located in Islamabad and Rawalpindi major cities of Pakistan. For gathering of facts purposive sampling practice was utilized. For evaluating the data Descriptive statistics was utilized in SPSS 22 edition and to examine hypothesis Structural equation modeling was used. The outcome of this investigation signifies that work engagement has a positive association with employee performance at the same time moderated by polychronicity. Since cross-sectional design the existing investigation has some restrictions as it is operated in few banks. In future, investigators should conduct this investigation in wider range at other banks present in similar cities or diverse cities of Pakistan. Implications of the findings, limitations, and recommendations for future guidelines are reviewed.