THE MULTIDIMENSIONAL EFFECT OF WORKPLACE SPIRITUALITY ON EMPLOYEE WORK INTENSION WITH MODERATING ROLE OF ETHICAL LEADERSHIP AMONG THE EMPLOYEES OF CIVIL SECRETARIAT KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA
This study investigated the degree to which workplace spirituality linked to work intentions, with ethical leadership acted as a mediator in this relationship. A sample 303 employees working full-time in Civil Secretariat Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan was polled. Smart-PLS has been employed for data analysis. Results revealed a favorable strong link between “workplace spirituality” and “employee work intentions”, as well as “mediation via ethical leadership”, using correlation and route analysis. Both assumptions were supported by the study's findings. The results of the study have both theoretical and practical contributions. This study extends the extant literature by adding new insights to workplace spirituality literature. Side by side, the results have a lot for the organizations' managers to understand employees' behaviour in the light of their spirituality and their intension of working with their interplay with ethical leadership.
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