IMPACT OF WORK LIFE BALANCE, WORKLOAD AND SUPERVISORY SUPPORT ON TEACHERS’ JOB PERFORMANCE WITH MEDIATING ROLE OF STRESS: A CASE OF PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS OF ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN

Authors

  • Sana Rashid
  • Dr. Qazi Abdul Subhan
  • Muhammad Imran International Islamic University, Islamabad

Keywords:

Work life Balance, Workload, Supervisory Support, Job Performance, Private Institutions JEL Codes: M 54, J21, J24, J46

Abstract

 Main objective of the present study is to analyze the impact of work life balance, workload and supervisory support on teachers’ job performance with mediating role of stress in Pakistani private sector educational institutions. To achieve this objective, positivist research methodology has been used. Survey method approach has been used to collect the data through questionnaire. 300 questionnaires were distributed among the faculty members of private educational institutions in Islamabad. An appropriate research methodology has been applied to attain empirical results. Main results indicate that there is positive impact of work life balance and supervisory support on teacher’s performance. While, stress mediated the relationship between work life balance and job performance. 

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Published

2022-06-25

How to Cite

Rashid, S., Dr. Qazi Abdul Subhan, & Imran, M. . (2022). IMPACT OF WORK LIFE BALANCE, WORKLOAD AND SUPERVISORY SUPPORT ON TEACHERS’ JOB PERFORMANCE WITH MEDIATING ROLE OF STRESS: A CASE OF PRIVATE INSTITUTIONS OF ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN. International Journal of Business and Management Sciences, 3(1), 21-34. Retrieved from https://www.ijbms.org/index.php/ijbms/article/view/116